Speed vs. actively hating your fellow workers
With Mick Harner, a.k.a. mickmackusa we continue to test our theories about combining array inside multidimensional array with same key. The original poster was asking for assistance on converting an array with one structure into an array with another structure. Mick did come up with an improvement of his script and I decided to test all of them more extensively.
Give it a try
Few weeks ago we had a sprint restrospective with a team I am engaged in. As you may know, during the retrospective, team discusses what went well during the sprint cycle, as well as what went wrong and what could have been done differently.
During the retrospective I told one of my colleagues I was not comfortable with a certain situation he caused and pointed out, that if the team is trying to take advantage of agile methodologies (or just "to be agile"), such situation must not take place.
How to actively hate your fellow workers
This post was inspired by a certain Stack Overflow post on combining array inside multidimensional array with same key. The original poster was asking for assistance on converting an array with one structure into an array with another structure.
It's not only storing your passwords now, it's also sharing them.
Alkindus 1.3 introduces WiFi Direct password sharing. Turned off by default, it allows you to connect to your colleague's device and send them a password you wish to send. I decided to introduce this feature after someone I used to work with complained about the necessity of passing passwords written on a piece of paper.
Alkindus Master Password
You surely does not have same password for their e-mail box and the Facebook page. Best case scenario, all your passwords are at least 20 characters long, have upper case and lower case letters, a few numbers and some special characters. And you most likely experience the problem of remembering all those passwords at once. I know I do. That is why I wrote "Alkindus Password Master", this amazing Android app to hold all my password in one database.