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Question regarding configuration options for Chromecast / AppleTV and using BYOD devices to cast via
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question regarding configuration options for Chromecast / AppleTV and using BYOD devices to cast via the network.

Run a common practice wireless network; 802.1x, client isolation enabled (ruckus), vlan'd and firewall (rules) access to LAN (via sonicwall).
The client isolation doesn't help, likewise with differing networks.

Is there a better setup method? (AppleTV can use LAN so firewall rules would apply, Chrome cast?)
Do you setup another network for trusted casting devices?, allow vlan routing / firewall / gateway but firewall out stuff it doesn't need access to?


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PERL and C Programs for Validating and Checking -.Funkload
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PERL and C Programs for Validating and Checking - Funkload


Funkload - Web functional testing and load testing tool written in Python and distributed as free software under the GNU GPL. Emulates a web browser (single-threaded) using webunit; https support; produces detailed reports in ReST, HTML, or PDF. Functional tests are pure Python scripts using the pyUnit framework.

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Interview Questions at Microsoft
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Interview Questions at Microsoft

Below are some recent questions asked during job interviews at Microsoft:

“You have two intersecting linked lists. Describe a function that returns a pointer to the node where they intersect. “
“Traverse a binary tree using recursion (and later, iteration).”
“What are your two favorite programming languages and why? “
“How would you determine if a deck of cards is well or poorly shuffled?”
“How would you design a fridge for a blind person?”
“What did you think about Microsoft’s decision to launch Office products on the iPhone?”
“How can you test a calculator?”
“What is a device you use every day? Design a new feature for it.”
“Which Microsoft Product you most like and dislike .”
“How do you organize your tasks in the beginning of the day? “

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Algorithms for coding interviews - sorting
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Algorithms for coding interviews - sorting

Time complexity of different sorting algorithms. You can go to wiki to see basic idea of them.

* BinSort, Radix Sort and CountSort use different set of assumptions than the rest, and so they are
not “general” sorting methods. (Thanks to Fidel for pointing this out)

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4 common medications that are making you tired
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4 common medications that are making you tired

Antidepressants

They're among the most commonly prescribed medications, especially for women. (Women are twice as likely as men to take antidepressants, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.) But they can also make you tired.

Most modern antidepressants (SSRIs, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) work by regulating serotonin, a mood chemical in the brain that plays an important role in sleep. Although SSRIs tend to be less sedating than older antidepressants (including tricyclics such as Elavil), some people still end up feeling sluggish. Zoloft users often report this side effect

Antihistamines

You may be taking them for your seasonal allergies, but these drugs are also really good at helping you doze off—so good, in fact, that they're actually used in sleep aids like Unisom. They work by blocking histamine, an itch- and sneeze-inducing chemical that also happens to be a neurotransmitter.


Blood pressure medication

According to the CDC, nearly 75 million Americans—a staggering 1 in every 3 adults—suffer from hypertension. It's often treated with beta blockers, but these drugs aren't exactly well-liked among patients.

Beta blockers inhibit the production of adrenaline, a hormone that causes your heart to beat rapidly. By slowing your heart rate, they lower the force of the blood pounding on your artery walls (aka your blood pressure). But having less adrenaline can also zap your energy level. One beta blocker, Inderal, is particularly fatiguing.


Anti-anxiety medications

Benzodiazepines are among "the most widely prescribed medication in the world,"



These drugs bind to a receptor in the brain that releases a chemical called GABA. When GABA is released, it signals the brain and body to relax, which can provide short-term relief to someone with intense anxiety. But it may also work a little too well, causing you to become drowsy or even fall asleep.

The most sedating drug in this class is Ativan, says Simpkins. It causes so much sleepiness that doctors typically prescribe it as a sleep aid for people whose anxious thoughts are keeping them awake.

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Re: What Can We Do With A Degree In Biopharmaceuticals?
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We can try to promote modern life sciences research. Physical or psychological stress can cause hair loss (as much as three-quarters), which belongs to telogen effluvium. In general, this is a temporary disorder. Thus, when the anxiety disappears, the hair will back to normal, but some people will suffer from cyclical symptoms. Tension will lead to another kind of alopecia, namely the alopecia areata, which is always characterized as a specific range of hair loss, usually within a circular range in peptide synthesis. So maybe we can change the situation for hair loss. Anyway, science is always mysterious!

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Funny Ads > Bad corporate slogans
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Bad corporate slogans
These are fabricated corporate slogans that would never have made if far if they entered the real world.

Microsoft: "How much are you going to pay today?"

MTV: "Loud and easy to spell."

Saks 5th Avenue: "You Could Shop Here if You're Poor, But That Would be Stupid!"

Iguana: "The other green meat."

Nike: "Just buy the shoes, you flabby spineless lump!"

Daisy Air Rifles: "Keeping kids off your lawn for over forty years."

Canon Photocopiers: "Quit calling them Xeroxes!"

Apple MacIntosh: "Hey, we thought of it first!"

Radio Shack: "You've got questions, we've got geek losers!"

Professional Bowling on NBC: "Oh, why don't you just go ahead and kill yourself instead?"

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US Family-Based Immigrant Visas - Visa Ineligibility
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US Family-Based Immigrant Visas - Visa Ineligibility

Certain conditions and activities may make an applicant ineligible for a visa. Examples of these ineligibilities include: drug trafficking; overstaying a previous visa; and submitting fraudulent documents. If you are ineligible for a visa, you will be informed by the consular officer and advised whether there is a waiver of the ineligibility available to you and what the waiver process is. Ineligibilities and Waiver: Laws contains the complete list of ineligibilities.

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Progress DBA ADMIN - Relative-path Database Creation
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Progress DBA ADMIN - Relative-path Database Creation


Schema must be loaded into an empty relative-path database to make it useful. Any standard
technique for loading schema, such as a dump and load or by using PROCOPY, can be used.
The database maintains its relative-path as long as its structure is not changed. As soon as areas
or extents are added, the database becomes an absolute-path database.

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