- published: 24 Oct 2016
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All country mobile code very important in general day to day life.
Calling Codes of Countries, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, North America, Oceania, South America, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, North America, Oceania, South America: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCMMROPTJcI&list=PLd8q4-Zsvze0xmLBBjXV_jNc2-2eznnLN
Calling Singapore from the United States requires first dialing zero-one-one, followed by the country code of 65. Make a phone call to Singapore with tips from a full-service travel agent in this free video on international phone calls. Expert: Russ Handler Contact: www.rhconsumernetwork.com Bio: Russ Handler owns an online travel agency. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Singapore is considered a contemporary, commercial, cosmopolitan city-state However, in this former British colony there are a few rules, taboos and quirks you should be aware of so as not to offend anyone Here are 15 things NOT to do in Singapore 1. Don't Chew Gum – Unless you Have Prescription You can be fined $500 if you chew and drop gum, but an exception is made for “therapeutic purposes” with a prescription. 2. Remember to Flush “Anal” culture? If you do your doody in a public washroom without flushing the evidence, you can be fined $150! 3. No Nakedness, Even in Private Parading around in your birthday suit, even in your own home, is akin to pornography. It can result in a fine up to $2000. 4. Don’t Litter Littering can result in a $1000 fine. You might think that's rubbis...
Speaker: Stanly Lau Code: https://github.com/stanlylau/refactoring-kata One of the main contributor to keeping business easy to respond to change is maintainable software. Like a garden without care, the nature of software development tends to decay code. The time spent reading the code to understand increases while writing code reduces and customers are paying for it. What can we do? This talk shares the impact of unmaintainable software and how to deal with it through the developer skill of code smells & refactoring. Speaker Bio: Stanly Lau is the main actor behind the awesome conference Agile Singapore and is one of the early founders of the Agile meetup in Singapore. He is a Software Development coach at odd-e, helping teams improve their code quality. He has a deep interest in help...
For More Latest News Subscribe us: SINGAPORE: Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has revealed his computer programming skills after sharing on Facebook a Sudoku puzzle-solver code he wrote. Lee, 63, a first-class mathematics graduate from the University of Cambridge in Britain, posted a screenshot of the code written in the C++ programming language. Describing the programme as "pretty basic", Lee also posted a link which contained the full printout of the code and invited readers to tell him if there were bugs. Lee first revealed his talent for coding in a speech at a technology convention last month. "I used to enjoy this; it is a long time since I've done anything," he said at the event, referring to the Sudoku code written a few years ago.
Speaker: Yue Lin Please bring your own laptop and make sure you have installed Python 3 and Jupyter notebook before you arrive. We recommend using Anaconda (https://www.anaconda.com/download/) to install Python and Jupyter notebook. Source Code: https://github.com/wwcodesg/DataScraping Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/242536461/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/dSlM/
Speaker: Angulia Yang Ying, M.Tech, Data Scientist, NUS School of Computing Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/238637855/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/6iA9/
The MasterCard Masters of Code global developer competition series continued its hunt for the best coders in the world in Singapore on 28 & 29 March. Sponsored and hosted by MasterCard and organised by AngelHack, Masters of Code has one goal: to bring together the world’s top developers, designers and entrepreneurs to take on the MasterCard APIs to build the future of commerce. Be sure to check out our Digital Press Kit for more information on the 2015 MasterCard Masters of Code competition: http://mstr.cd/1JfF4wZ
Speaker: Yue Lin CHOONG, Software Engineering Team Lead, PSMI from Scrum.org Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/240704080/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/86ww/
Speaker: Yue Lin An introduction for experienced programmers into the basics of Python syntax and functionality. Our director Yue Lin Choong, pythonista in training, will be showing us the tips and tricks of this powerful language. • Please bring your own laptop. • Install Anaconda (https://www.continuum.io/downloads) (Python 3 will be used). This will install Python and Jupyter Notebook (http://jupyter.org/), which we will use for our workshop. • Clone Python Tutorial (https://github.com/wwcodesg/python-tutorials) github repository. • This Workshop assumes programming background. Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/244456523/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/cykN/
Speaker: Renu Yadav Mobile application development is very useful when we just want a personalised app of our own. Renu Yadav, intrepid mobile developer, will be presenting a workshop on developing an Android app. Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/245844385/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/eQBx/
Speaker: Jonathan Wong (@armchairdude) About the speaker: Director of Product Management at Viki by day, and moonlights by running Katsu News, an automated news aggregator for Japanese anime and pop culture. In his previous life before Viki, he also worked in engineering, technical sales, developer relations and marketing. He is fascinated by technology and entertainment, and is grateful to be able to work at the intersection of both. Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/237873569/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/51mK/
Moderator: Lu Wei (https://www.linkedin.com/in/luwei/) Panelists: Eadren Tan (http://www.brainzworkz.com/bio.html) Grace Tang (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tsmgrace/) Tim Oxley (https://twitter.com/secoif) Eadren Tan (http://www.brainzworkz.com/bio.html) Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/244735585/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/f8FM/
Selected scenes from the film Singapore Dreaming (2006) which demonstrate code-switching -- the use of two languages within discourse, or the switching of languages depending on social context. Video intended to accompany written assignment.
Speaker: Michael Feathers (@mfeathers), Director @ R7K Research & Conveyance In most systems, code lives forever. Occasionally, we can delete it if we are sure it is not used; however, static path analysis and production monitoring of code usage are often expensive and present inconclusive results. In this talk, Michael Feathers will describe techniques that allow us to generate more certainty around our assessments of feature liveness, and strategies that can be used to remove code that does not have high value. About the speaker Michael Feathers is the Founder and Director of R7K Research & Conveyance, a company specializing in software and organization design. Prior to forming R7K, Michael was the Chief Scientist of Obtiva and a consultant with Object Mentor International. Over the p...
Speaker: Kris Howard (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristinehoward/) Kris Howard has been building websites in one form or another for over twenty years. She’s been a developer, a business analyst, and a manager; and most recently wrangled engineers at Canva, one of Australia’s fastest growing startups. She now heads up Developer Relations for YOW! Conferences, meeting and working with tech teams around the APAC region. She's spoken at meetups and events across Australia and Asia, including TEDx Melbourne. Her Instagram account is pretty much all selfies and food. Event Page: https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-Singapore/events/244735585/ Produced by Engineers.SG Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/f8DG/