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WordPress – website fliping concept

http://cheapsmartphonestore.com/

site build around Amazon aStore portal intergrate with WordPress… very smart idea…the flip it on ebay… scotts_websites (ebay id)

http://astore.amazon.com

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Flowplayer is an Open Source video player for the Web

http://flowplayer.org/

Flowplayer is an Open Source (GPL 3) video player for the Web. Use it to embed video streams into your web pages. Built for site owners, developers, hobbyists, businesses and serious programmers.

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Software Development Document

1. Acquisition Plan
2. Availability Plan
3. Bill of Materials Template
4. Capacity Plan
5. Change Management Plan
6. Concept Proposal
7. Configuration Management Plan
8. Conversion Plan
9. Concept of Operations
10. Cost Benefit Analysis
11. Database Design Document
12. Deployment Plan
13. Design Document
14. Feasibility Study
15. Functional Requirements
16. Installation Plan
17. Interface Control Document
18. Maintenance Plan
19. Needs Statement
20. Operations Guide
21. Risk Management Plan
22. Setup Guide
23. Statement of Work
24. Software Requirements Specification
25. System Boundary Document
26. System Design
27. System Specifications
28. Security Plan
29. Transition Plan
30. Verification Plan

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PHP Video Tutorial

http://www.phpvideotutorials.com

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Question & Answer StackOverFlow like

http://www.question2answer.org/

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A printf cheat sheet (reference page)

http://www.devdaily.com/blog/post/software-dev/cheat-sheet-reference-printf-format-specifier-syntax/


printf – a quick look at Perl and Java
In this cheat sheet I’m going to show all the examples using Perl, but I thought at first it might help to one printf example using both Perl and Java. So, here’s a simple Perl printf example to get us started:

printf(“the %s jumped over the %s, %d times”, “cow”, “moon”, 2);
And here are three different ways of using printf format specifier syntax with Java:

System.out.format(“the %s jumped over the %s, %d times”, “cow”, “moon”, 2);
System.err.format(“the %s jumped over the %s, %d times”, “cow”, “moon”, 2);
String result = String.format(“the %s jumped over the %s, %d times”, “cow”,”moon”, 2);

 


%c character
%d decimal (integer) number (base 10)
%e exponential floating-point number
%f floating-point number
%i integer (base-10)
%o octal number (base-8)
%s a string of characters
%u unsigned decimal (integer) number
%x number in hexadecimal (base 16)
%% print a percent sign
\% print a percent sign

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