Many players have had the pleasure of submitting a quiz and then seeing it played by hundreds of developers aroudn the world. If you have not yet done so, I encourage you to give it a try.
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A player submitted this request yesterday:
I just wonder that are you planning to open forum in pl/sql challenge?
Because I really would like to discuss and talk about quizzes. I think
the only shortage in this site is forum. There should be a forum for
users in order to discuss and talk about quizzes. Please do something for
Thanks for your help."
Someone asked how to display errors in the HTML output when they test PHP scripts with the Zend Server CE. Here are the two screen shots that help you enable the display of error and warning messages in your HTML display.
Chris won a commission to create a mural, in collaboration with his friend Dan Ezra Lang, at 1871, a new "incubator" for startups here in Chicago (1871.com). Very high profile initiative and big feather in Chris's cap to have gotten the commission.
1871 threw a big grand opening celebration last night and Chris put us on the guest list to attend.
After updating the AVGFree virus definitions, I was surprised to find that Zend CE (Community Edition) 4.0.6 had a reported worm in the
JavaServer.exe file. There was greater surprise when Zend CE 5.3.9 (5.6.0-SP1) also had the same reported worm.
Last day of Collaborate 2012 and Scott Spendolini, Sumneva, gave a great presentation on APEX. Only caught the beginning Jan Visser’s Perl presentation because of the distance to the Luxor from the Mandalay South Conference Center and anticipated queuing time for checkout.
We can now look forward to Collaborate 2013 in Denver, Colorado.