My First Baseball Game With Cool Photos

Hello! Yeah, today I finally attended a pro baseball game (Kansas City Royals vs. some Canadian team), something I never wished to do(I was invited by a friend for his birthday). I know, I should remember the other team’s name but it just slipped off my head. You are probably wondering why! You know one of those things you really don’t get? For me, baseball is that thing. So, following the advice of some smart people, I decided to give it a shot. In life, they say you should do that which you have always thought you couldn’t do. You like non-fiction books? Then read fiction books. You love soccer? Then try football or baseball. The same applies to other things. That being said, I have some cool photos to show you from the game – at least I didn’t come back empty-handed right? The Royals won! Android Phone at work!

Object Oriented Programming In Java – Inheritance

Object oriented programming in java is very powerful and a clear understanding is important. While I was trying to dig deeper, I realized that there is more to it than I actually knew. So, I looked around the web and spent some time on StackOverflow! Now let us create a simple file here Base.java

[java]
public class Base{
public static void main(String[] args]){
//do some cool stuff here
}
}
[/java]

How To Build a Blog Using Google App Engine

Hello there! I have been busy creating videos for both Google Maps APIs and most recently building a blog from scratch using Google App Engine – which is free and awesome. I am going to shorten the length of this post that way, I save you some time to watch some of the videos which are also available on YouTube.

How to build a blog using Google App Engine – Setup

This video shows you how to set up the environment on your computer and includes downloading and installing both Python27 and Google App Engine: Ejoy!

Programming Brain Teasers – Job Interviews

Programming brain teasers during job interviews is a common thing for software developers. This subject is too big to fit into a single post and there are books out there handling the same issues. I will only touch on two specific questions you might be asked by your interviewer.

programming brain teasers during job interviews

I said upfront that these questions are brain teasers mainly for software developers. The list of questions is quite long but I want to highlight just two.

Moving Out of WordPress

Hi! Thanks for stopping by. Today, I decided to migrate my blog from WordPress to a self-hosted  domain : I was lucky enough to find www.simpledeveloper.com available and so I grabbed it and ran away!.

moving-my-blog-to-a-new-host

When I realized that I could do more outside WordPress, I decided to take the risk. I am still using WordPress as a blogging platform. What I changed is where my blog is hosted. One other important thing is that I don’t have to type .wordpress when visiting my site anymore! Now a few takeaways:

Programming With Google Maps APIs – Part VI

Hello! Nice to see you and thanks for stopping by. In the last two days I took a detour from programming but today I am going to pick up from where I left Google Maps APIs – Part V . Today’s post will be relatively shorter than previous ones because I am completing a section (at the end, I will give an app idea). Let us get to it. We should start with our previous finishing code:

[javascript]
(function () {
window.onload = function () {
var mapDiv =  document.getElementById(‘map’);

var options = {
zoom: 3,
center: new google.maps.LatLng(37.09, -95.71),
mapTypeId: google.maps.MapTypeId.ROADMAP
};
var map = new google.maps.Map(mapDiv, options);

What To Do After College and Without a Job

So you just graduated or even lost your job and you are looking for a new one. Everywhere you look, you see bad news. Everybody seems to be smarter than you, more experienced and yet willing to take less pay for the gig. You have spent so much money running around mailing your resume. It is a messy world you say.

job-interviews

The Big Questions That I ask Myself

Hello! I have decided to step a side today and post something outside programming. I have always fought the urges to act robotic by reminding myself that after all is said and done, I am indeed, a human being who has questions. I laugh really hard when tickled. I cry when hurt. I bleed when pricked. Most often, my questions never get answered.

life-big-questions

Today some people are celebrating Easter – and so “Happy Easter”. I say ‘some’ because there are those who don’t do it.

Programming With Google Maps APIs – Part V

Hello! I am back to show you how to add Google maps markers to your map. At the end of my fourth Google Maps APIs  post, I mentioned in passing that I will be starting with Markers today and that is exactly where I will start. To make things fun, here is what a marker looks like – you have probably seen one if you have used a map before!

how to program with google maps api marker

There you have it! So a marker is a small image that is positioned at a specific place on a map. Now we can figure out how to add it to our own map. We will start with a basic code for our map.

Programming With Google Maps APIs – Part III

Hello! Thanks for stopping by. I didn’t post anything yesterday because I was asked to read and review an AngularJS Starter book which ended up taking all my time. It was a good experience because I learned some new stuff. That being said, today, I am going to continue with our Google Maps APIs series. My last post  ended with the code below and so let us pick up from there:

[javascript]
(function () {
window.onload = function () {
var mapDiv = document.getElementById(‘map’);
var latlng = new google.maps.LatLng(37.09, -95.71);