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Zend Framework is based on simplicity, object-oriented best practices, corporate friendly licensing, and a rigorously tested agile codebase. Zend Framework is focused on building more secure, reliable, and modern Web 2.0 applications & web services, and consuming widely available APIs from leading vendors like google, amazon, flickr as well as API providers. Frameworks and best practices mean reduced training costs and quicker timeto-market – important factors in adoption decisions. Built so you can pick and choose just the pieces you need to turbocharge your web applications – all your developers know where to find their PHP / Zend Framework code, speeding new development and reducing maintenance costs. Zend Framework also provides an advanced model-view-controller (MVC) implementation that can be used to establish a basic structure for your ZF applications. Model- View-Controller : Model - This is the part of your application that defines its basic functionality behind a set of abstractions. Data access routines and some business logic can be defined in the model. View - Views define exactly what is presented to the user. Usually controllers pass data to each view to render in some format. Views will often collect data from the user, as well. This is where you're likely to find HTML markup in your MVC applications.
Emerging online collaboration platforms such as Wikipedia, Twitter, or Facebook provide the foundation for socio-technical systems where humans have become both content consumer and provider. Existing software engineering tools and techniques support the system engineer in designing and assessing the technical infrastructure. Little research, however, addresses the engineer’s need for understanding the overall socio-technical system behavior. The eﬀect of fundamental design decisions becomes quickly unpredictable as multiple collaboration patterns become integrated into a single system. We propose the simulation of human and software elements at the collaboration level. We aim for detecting and evaluating undesirable system behavior such as users experiencing repeated update conﬂicts or software components becoming overloaded. To this end, this paper contributes (i) a language and (ii) methodology for specifying and simulating large-scale collaboration structures, (iii) example individual and aggregated pattern simulations, and (iv) evaluation of the overall approach. Keywords: Design Tools and Techniques, System Simulation, Collaboration Patterns, Large-scale Socio-Technical Systems
This paper presents a general purpose framework for the design of a large-scale collective decision making system. The single, unifying construct is a weighted semantic network, generated by individual choices, that connects humans, domains of expertise, problems and solutions. Swarms of simple particles traverse this complex knowledge network, aggregating individual choices into collective choices, and ranking solutions to the problems facing the ... As information technology continues to play an ever more mediative role in the coordination and communication activities of social groups, certain software models have developed as analogues for basic social processes. Email and instant messaging stand in for personal communication; chat rooms and threaded discussion boards stand in for group conversation. Even historically complex modes of social discourse now have online equivalents in multivaried forms like weblogs and Wikis. Communication, discussion, collaboration – these processes are fundamental to all social groups, whether embodied or distributed. Though software analogues may bear only...
Microsoft Excel 2010 Tutorial Excel is a spreadsheet program in the Microsoft Office system. You can use Excel to create and format workbooks (a collection of spreadsheets) in order to analyze data and make more informed business decisions. Specifically, you can use Excel to track data, build models for analyzing data, write formulas to perform calculations on that data, pivot the data in numerous ways, and present data in a variety of professional looking charts. The Ribbon Understanding the Ribbon is a great way to help understand the changes between Microsoft 2003 to Microsoft 2010. The ribbon holds all of the information in previous versions of Microsoft Office in a more visual stream line manner through a series of tabs that include an immense variety of program features. Home Tab This is the most used tab; it incorporates all text and cell formatting features such as font and paragraph changes. The Home Tab also includes basic spreadsheet formatting elements such as text wrap, merging cells and cell style.
How To Use VLOOKUP in Excel 2010 This short tutorial uses Excel 2010 and sample file to show you a working example of the VLOOKUP function. Article reference: http://www.timeatlas.com/5_minute_tips/general/learning_vlookup_in_excel Excel sample file: http://static.timeatlas.com/tutorials/VLOOKUP_Example.xls Video reference: http://www.timeatlas.com/news/projects/vlookup_demo Last Revised: May 20, 2012 1. Download the Excel VLOOKUP sample file shown in the More VLOOKUP References section Note: For this tutorial, we will be deleting information on this sheet and recreating the VLOOKUP formula. How To Use VLOOKUP in Excel 2010 - 1 Please v isit www.timeatlas.com f or more tips and tutorials. 2. Open the sample file you downloaded from above in Excel. The workbook will have 2 sheets at the bottom: Voters and Party Codes. The first sheet is a listing of registered voters and the second contains names of political parties. 3. Delete the cell entries for D2:D7 because we will be rebuilding the formula. Note: You can keep the column header "Politcal Party". How To Use VLOOKUP in Excel 2010 - 2 Please v isit www.timeatlas.com f or more tips and tutorials. 4. Place your cursor in cell D2. Click the Formulas tab and select Insert Function. How To Use VLOOKUP in Excel 2010 - 3 Please v isit www.timeatlas.com f or more tips and tutorials. 5. In the Search for a function: text box type "vlookup" and click the Go button. How To Use VLOOKUP in Excel 2010 - 4 Please v isit www.timeatlas.com f or more tips and tutorials. 6. Highlight VLOOKUP and click OK. How To Use VLOOKUP in Excel 2010 - 5 Please v isit www.timeatlas.com f or more tips and tutorials.
Note: Some third party utilities, macros and add-ins can overwrite native shortcut keys, in which case they will not work. Formatting shortcuts Bold Italic Underline Format Box Clear cell Outline border Remove border Insert a comment CTRL + B CTRL + I CTRL + U CTRL + 1 ALT + H + E + A SHIFT + CTRL + & SHIFT + CTRL + _ SHIFT + F2 Copy Paste Paste Special Cut Repeat Undo Delete selected cells CTRL + C CTRL + V ALT H + V + S (ALT + E + S still works) CTRL + X CTRL + Y CTRL + Z CTRL + Minus sign Workbook navigation shortcuts Toggle Excel workbooks CTRL + TAB Split Screen ALT + W + S (F6 to jump from pane to pane) Freeze pane ALT + W + F New workbook CTRL + N Print CTRL + P Open workbook CTRL + O (CTRL + F12) Save workbook CTRL + S Activate menu bar ALT or F10 Min / Restore Ribbon CTRL + F1 Print preview ALT + F + W + V (CTRL F2) Close window CTRL + W (CTRL + F4) Close program ALT + F4 Other useful shortcuts Excel Options Recalculate all workbooks Display a drop-down list Display “Insert Function” box Display “Name” box Enter array formula Auditing shortcuts Trace immediate precedents Trace immediate dependents Remove tracing arrows Evaluate formula Track changes Zoom to selection Go to precedent cells Go to dependent cells Go back to original cell “Go to” ALT + F + T F9 ALT + up/down arrow keys ALT + I + F (SHIFT F3) CTRL F3 SHIFT + CTRL + Enter ALT + M + P ALT + M + D ALT + M + A + A ALT + M + V ALT + R + G ALT + W + G CTRL + [ CTRL + ] F5 + Enter F5 Tab navigation Move/ Copy a tab Change tab name Moving to left/right tabs New tab ALT + H + O + M ALT + H + O + R CTRL + Pg Up/Down SHIFT + F11 Row / column shortcuts Select column Select row Delete row(s) / column(s) Add row(s) / column(s) Group / ungroup rows and columns Fit column width CTRL + Space Shift + Space CTRL + 'minus sign' CTRL + SHIFT + 'plus sign' SHIFT + ALT + left / right arrow key ALT + H + O + I Data editing shortcuts Select All Fill Down Fill right Find Replace CTRL + A CTRL + D CTRL + R CTRL + F CTRL + H Edit cells Start a formula Insert AutoSum formula...
Microsoft Excel 2010 looks very different from Excel 2003, so we created this guide to help you minimize the learning curve. Read on to learn key parts of the new interface, discover free Excel 2010 training, find features such as Print Preview or the Options dialog box, understand how to exchange workbook files with people who don’t yet have Excel 2010, and find out how to enable add-ins or get access to macros and other advanced features. Ribbon Groups Quick Access Toolbar Ribbon Tabs Commands shown here are always visible. You can add your favorite commands to this toolbar. Click any tab on the ribbon to display its buttons and commands. Each ribbon tab contains groups, and each group contains a set of related commands. Here, the Number group on the Home tab contains commands for displaying numbers as currency, percentages, and so on. Backstage View Hide the Ribbon Click the File tab to enter Backstage view, where you can open, save, print, and manage your Excel files. Need more space on your screen? Click this icon or press CTRL+F1 to hide or show the ribbon. Dialog Box Launchers Contextual Ribbon Tabs Some tabs appear on the ribbon only when you need them. For example, if you insert or select a chart, you’ll see Chart Tools, which includes three extra tabs — Design, Layout, and Format. If you see a dialog box launcher icon ( ) next to any ribbon group label, click it to open a dialog box with more options for that group. Zoom In or Out Click these buttons to display the current worksheet in Normal, Page Layout, or Page Break Preview view. To exit Backstage view, click any ribbon tab. Switch Between Views Click the 100% zoom button to select a zoom level, or drag the zoom slider to the right or left side. © 2010 by Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
In this book you are going to learn a lot about working with iOS. The goal, of course, is to be able to build a game that runs on iOS. To do that, you must learn about a lot of different elements that a full game will incorporate, such as basic UI widgets, audio, complex touch input, Game Center, in-app purchases, and of course graphics. This book will explore these concepts and many others. Think of it as a guide to the building blocks that you will need to make a compelling game that is specific to iOS and Apple’s mobile devices. All iOS applications have one thing in common—the application Xcode—so it makes sense to start with that. In this first chapter, we are going to build a very simple game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. We will use the Storyboard feature of Xcode to create an application with two views and the navigation between them. Included with this book are sample Xcode projects; all of the code examples are taken directly from these projects. In this way, you can follow along with each one in Xcode. I used version 4.5 of Xcode when creating the projects for this book. The project that accompanies this chapter is called Sample 1; you can easily build it for yourself by following the steps outlined in this chapter. The project is a very simple game in which we use Storyboard to create two scenes. The first scene is the starting view, and the...
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Draining Oil S Start engine and run until warm. Stop engine. Disconnect spark plug wires to prevent accidental starting. S Remove oil drainplug and capture waste oil in an approved container. Dispose of waste oil properly, see Fig. 1, when completed, tighten plug. S Replace oil filter every 100 hours of operation. Before installing new oil filter, lightly oil filter gasket with fresh, clean engine oil. Screw filter on by hand until gasket contacts filter adapter. Tighten 1/2 to 3/4 turn, see, Fig. 2. Replace and Install Foam Pre-Cleaner if equipped and Paper Cartridge Air Filter S Clean air filter assembly parts. If your kit contains Briggs & Stratton paper cartridge part #693141. You can extend the replacement of the air cleaner cartridge to 100 hours of operation, unless operating under dusty conditions. A precleaner is not required for use with this paper cartridge. S Make sure cover is properly installed before starting engine. S Use Briggs & Stratton certified SAE 30 oil, part number 100028, 48 oz. (1.418 liters) or 100005, 20 oz. (.6 liters). A S Start engine and run for five minutes. Shut down engine and recheck oil level on dipstick after engine cools for five minutes. (Wipe dipstick before checking oil.)