What Happens to Older Developers?

What Happens to Older Developers?

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Found a great post which is about “Old coder(s)”, I’m not that old yet, however, just like the author said, I need to plan it, right now, cause what I am now is right what he was, experienced in manny fields, and a developer like that is the least one the employer wants, according to the author’s expierence.

There’s also a Chinese version of this post, you can visit it here: http://www.rosoo.net/a/201404/16945.html
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Mars's bithday party

A small party for former UniSVRers

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Had a party at last weekend with Mars and some others former UniSVR Shanghai R&D colleagues.

Mars Chen, VP of UniSVR, responsible for CMS series of UniArgus products, my former boss, and a sincere friend. Happen to know he’s paying a visit in Shanghai on business. And last sunday, Mar 23, was his 50-year-old birthday. So I put some call to some former R&D colleagues to hold a small party for him.
Left UniSVR as we’ve been, we are UniSVRer still, and UniSVRer forever. Happy bithday to you, my dear friend. And it was so nice to see all the colleagues again, brought up so much sweet memories, and jokes.

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How to get Callstack in Android Log File

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When you are running into bugs or issues in you Android Apps, callstack information of your components would be very much helpful, defintely.

Here is a post I'v found in freescale community, auther by MingZhou, it instructs you have get the caller stack information for you Android App or components. The original url is: https://community.freescale.com/docs/DOC-93624

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ONVIFPlayer

New ONVIFPlayer lauched with ONVIF v1.0 & v2.0 supported

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I once planned to upgrade my conditional open-sourced project RTSPPlayer(http://rg4.net/rtspplayer) to ONVIFPlayer, which requires a device with ONVIF protocol supported.
However after resigned from UniSVR, I didn't have the oppotunity to access any ONVIF devices.
Lucky me, I got one from one of my former colleague days before, DAEWOO 570C-X10S (79), which is with both ONVIF v1.0 & v2.0 supported. So today I got my ass down before my laptop, and make some improvement for my ONVIFPlayer App.

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