Dasun Wickasitha
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Software Engineer | RFID Professional
Dasun Wickasitha
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Software Engineer | RFID Professional

Archive for November, 2014

THE BEST DISK SPACE ANALYZER FOR WINDOWS

If your hard drive is starting to fill up, you may be wondering what exactly is taking up all that space. That’s where a disk space analyzer comes in: it scans your disk and shows you, in graphical form, where all that space is being wasted, giving you an idea of where to start cleaning. Our favorite analyzer is the powerful, free WinDirStat. WinDirStat Platform: Windows Price: Free Download Page Features Scan all of your disks, one of your disks, or just a folder to analyze Creates a clickable map of the data on your disk, color-coded by type Provides additional information about specific data when you click on an   Read More…

.NET 2015 – .NET AS OPEN SOURCE, .NET ON MAC AND LINUX, AND VISUAL STUDIO COMMUNITY

It’s happening. It’s the reason that a lot of us work with Microsoft technologies, and I think it’s both the end of an era but also the beginning of amazing things to come. Here’s what’s happening and Microsoft announced it today in New York. There’s a lot here, Microsoft is serious about open source and cross platform. .NET Core 5 is the modern, componentized framework that ships via NuGet. That means you can ship a private version of the .NET Core Framework with your app. Other apps’ versions can’t change your app’s behavior. Microsoft building a .NET Core CLR for Windows, Mac and Linux and it will be both open source and it will   Read More…

THE RASPBERRY PI MODEL A+ IS SMALLER, THINNER, AND JUST $20

The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new model of the Raspberry Pi. Dubbed the A+, this one’s just $20, has more GPIO, a Micro SD slot, and is a lot smaller than the previous model. Like the Model A, this one still just has 256 MB of RAM and no Ethernet port, but it’s now just 65mm in length and manages to consume less power. The new model comes packed with 40 pins on the GPIO, a Micro SD slot, and a new audio output with a low-noise power supply for better quality. Even better, this one’s just $20. You can snag one from MCM in the US today, and   Read More…

CANNOT GET MOTOROLA MC3190 TO ASSOCIATE WITH WIFI ACCESS POINT ?

Using the Wireless Fusion management tools for the Symbol / Motorola MC3190, we cannot get the handheld to associate to the WiFi access point. Using the Find WLANs feature in the Fusion software, we can see that the device is detecting the access point, as it does show up in the list of detected WLANs. So since it can see the available WLANs, the radio / hardware is seemingly working just fine. The access point is using WPA2 AES for security and other devices have no problem associating to it. It is a non-Enterprise level access point, so the Security Mode selected in the Fusion WLAN profile is “WPA2 –   Read More…

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