Twitter’s unique design allows it to easily capture real-time, location-specific insights and sentiments about anything from current events to emerging trends to economic data. By analyzing public tweets for specific keywords, forecasting tools with a high level of accuracy can be (and have been) developed. This article discusses some real world examples of how tweets have been used to make predictions.
This article explores how you can determine the various computers and devices that are connected to your home Wi-Fi network with the help of a free application called Who Is On My WiFi. The necessary steps were briefly discussed, as well as other helpful tips.
This article discusses how to create a timer job for deleting orphaned users (SharePoint users that are deleted or disabled in AD) using Visual Studio. I have tested this solution on both SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint 2010. So, it would of course also work for SharePoint 2013.
Building web apps that require logins are difficult when you aren’t familiar with standard security procedures. You can help secure your applications and avoid the security for usernames and passwords by implementing OAuth logins in your web development projects. OAuth lets you create a “Log in with Facebook” button on your website, and it makes login authorization much simpler for new website coders.
Previously, I discussed how to clear the SharePoint configuration cache (also called the SharePoint timer job cache) using a PowerShell script. For those interested, here’s some additional information on how to do the same process manually for both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.
Most people are satisfied with being consumers of “magical” technology like Shazaming a song to identify it in seconds. But for the hackers, the algorithm lovers, the software developers, and the unapologetically curious ones amongst us, consuming cool technology is never enough. We want to know more! What is behind how Shazam works? How come it is often so accurate? What about just humming a song, is there a way to identify songs by humming alone? This article explores all of these from the perspectives of both users and developers.