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Automatically start and dock your programs

Thanks for stopping by to check out our free Launcher Dock application built for Windows to automatically start programs and dock them exactly were you want them.“A free Windows tool to manage the way you launch and dock your programs on a single or multiple screens.“Works great for video walls.“Personalise the way your computer starts.“Open All Your Favourite Programs Automatically When You Log On.Watch the Intro Videoembedded content If you’re like me and use multiple screens, there are certain applications you start and use every time you turn on your computer. You open up Gmail to check your email and then you move that window to one corner of the screen, then you open up Skype and …

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Crowdfunding: 3 incredibly tiny PC modules starting at just $15

There was a time when computers were enormous, expensive machines that filled entire rooms. Now you can pick up a tiny desktop computer like the Raspberry Pi for about $35. But there’s room to go even smaller… and cheaper. Three new projects hit crowdfunding campaign Indiegogo recently, with the developers hoping to raise funds to offer incredibly small computer modules for prices as low as $15. These aren’t necessarily systems that will replace your Core i7 desktop PC anytime soon. But they could be used to help set up a wireless media server, print station, home automation system, or other DIY projects. AsiaRF AWM002 mini kit The AWM002 mini kit is basically a little computer module with integrated 802.11n WiFi, 8MB of flash storage, 32MB …

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Simplelenium, writing robust tests with Selenium

I use Selenium a lot. And I hate it! I hate it and I use it. Every other browser automation tool I’ve used either has the same problems as Selenium or end up dying because nobody uses it. There are nice librairies to make writing Selenium tests more user friendly. Fluentlenium is one of those nice tools. But Selenium’s problem is not really with its syntax. It’s the complexity of writing stable tests. It’s hell! It would be great if Selenium tests didn’t fail every other day If you test modern websites with Selenium, you end up playing with waits and timers. Very often people put random Thread.sleep(s) into their test code because they are just fed up trying to understand …

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