This is a noip or dyndns alternative to point a domain to an IP address that changes over time, in other words, a dynamic IP like your home address for example.
All you need is a bash script and a domain on DigitalOcean.
Google and Canonical recently announced the availability of Flutter for Linux. The team behind Flutter is now working with Ubuntu developers to make Flutter for desktop a reality.
Apart from Android and iOS currently there is support for Linux and Mac. Windows is still under development.
So now if you want to give it a try and create a desktop application this is how to install and configure Flutter on Ubuntu.
After a long weekend of coding, Unleash The Geek has ended. I finished in Gold 252 after two days of struggle to be honest but after going up and down (waaay down) in the ranking all the weekend it feels like a victory haha.
Last day I managed to reach top 15 on Silver, today the objective is promoting to Gold. For that I have to focus on beating the Silver Boss. How can I do that?
Day three has been a complicated one for my busy robots on Unleash The Geek: I did not manage to improve substantially until late night and it was a bit frustrating.
After reaching Silver League today I focused on refactoring a couple critical parts of the code and implementing more advanced movements.
Yesterday I joined the latest contest on Coding Game called Unleash the Geek. I spent 3 hours creating and improving my bot and it was a great experience!
This is the second part of Hypersonic game: programming a bot for fun (Part One), I recommend reading the previous post before. Rewriting the Bot in Java was really interesting because I faced a problem I don’t usually have when… Seguir leyendo →
Last month I discovered a web, CodinGame, where people can learn to program or try new languages in a fun way. There are small tutorials, to familiarize with loops, conditions, arrays and things like that. There are also quick competitions,… Seguir leyendo →