At Netflix, the consumer is the guinea pig. Well, at least that’s what I got from this article on A/B Testing at Netflix.
This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook, partially modified for the internet. This is Recipe 14.12, “How to prompt users for input from Scala shell scripts.”Back to top
You want to prompt a user for input from a Scala shell script and read her responses.Back to top
Console.read* methods to read user input, as demonstrated in the following script. Comments in the script describe each method:
MySQL “create database” FAQ: Can you share an example of how to create a MySQL database, including (a) creating the MySQL database and (b) a new MySQL database user, with all appropriate MySQL grant permissions for that user?
Sure. I've written about the process of How to add/create a MySQL user before, but I just ran across the Drupal installation documentation, which also has a nice description for how to create a MySQL database (for use with Drupal), so I thought I'd include some of their documentation here, along with some notes from my own recent Drupal and MySQL installation.
1) Create a new MySQL database
The first part of the Drupal installation document refers to creating a MySQL database:
MySQL users FAQ: How do I show/list MySQL users, i.e., the user accounts in a MySQL database?
To show/list the users in a MySQL database, first log into your MySQL server as an administrative user using the
mysql client, then run this MySQL query:
Mac startup/login programs FAQ: How do I set up a Mac program to automatically startup when I log in?
If you have a normal Mac application that you want to setup as a Mac startup program (also called a Mac "startup item"), the process is fairly simple, and I'll demonstrate the approach in this article. For other Mac applications, like a command line program, the approach is different, and I'll cover that in a separate article.
Drupal 6 FAQ: How can I change the password of a Drupal user in the database without using the Drupal UI? That is, how can I change a user's password using a database query (such as the need to change the Drupal User 1 password)?
If you ever want/need to change a Drupal 6 user password in your database using the MySQL command line or a tool like PhpMyAdmin, a SQL query like this will do the trick:
Linux file permissions FAQ: Can you share some examples of the Unix/Linux
chmod command? (Also written as, "How do I change permissions on Unix files and directories?")
chmod command name stands for "change mode", and as that name implies, the
chmod command is used to change the mode of Unix/Linux files.
I'll start with some simple examples, then add some more details as we go along.
CakePHP Auth user login FAQ: Help, how do I get access to the CakePHP user object (user information) after using the CakePHP Auth component for the recommended CakePHP user login process?
CakePHP user registration FAQ: The cookbook covers the topic of CakePHP user login forms, but the CakePHP Auth module uses SHA1 for passwords, and the cookbook doesn't cover user registration (creating users, and SHA1 passwords); how do I set up a CakePHP user registration form, including all necessary CakePHP model, view, and controller classes?
Setting up a basic CakePHP registration form isn't too hard, er, well, once you know how to do it. Here's how.
In my Use Case quality article yesterday I wrote about a "User Story" for a fictional "User Logs In" requirement. To complete that article, I promised to write a Use Case version of that same user story. Here then is that sample "User Logs In" Use Case, which you can compare to yesterday's User Story.