Multi gestures on my infinix hot 4 minimises and goes to recent apps screen or launch split screen automatically. Even when I type very fast, it goes to recent apps. This functions don’t allow me to use my phone for editing, playing games and writing. Whenever more than one finger moves on the phone, BOOM! split screen or Recent apps. It’s frustrating enough that I haven’t found solution online for close to a month. Even here, I read through similar questions (from guys who explained better than I do) and the question is either answered wrongly or systematically abandoned.
I recently upgraded from Drupal 8 to Drupal 9. I’ve used drush
drush csex) command quite often, however after the upgrade it keeps throwing an error which is very vague and yet no documentation talks about what the problem is. The error reads: Not enough arguments (missing: “split”), however I can’t find any documentation on what that “split” should be. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you!
How do I get multiple lines with all the other column values as same but the PO number line split into singular values.
I have been given a T-SQL task: to convert/format names which are in ALL CAPS into Title Case. I have decided that splitting the names into tokens, and capitalizing the first letter out of each token, would be a reasonable approach (I am willing to take advice if there’s a better option, especially in T-SQL).
That said, to accomplish this, I’d have to split the name fields on spaces AND dashes, hyphens, etc. Then, once it is tokenized, I can worry about normalizing the case.
Is there any reasonable way to split a string along any delimiter in a list?
There’s a number of documents, namely instruction manuals at the moment, I want to be able to view in “book view” (two separate PDF pages side-by-side, like a book). For the majority of manuals, this works fine, but with “Donkey Kong Country” which Nintendo has made available for free for example, there is suddenly one page that is actually two, and then all the pages become misaligned after that (odd numbered pages suddenly on the left instead of the right). Some instruction manuals I’ve found online, have the majority of pages combined like this, and I’d still like to split these too, because I like having the option of viewing them in single-page view as well, they both have their pros and cons. In either case, I’d like to be able to split a PDF page right down the middle and make it into two separate pages.
I’m aware a similar question was satisfied with “Briss”, but in my use of the tool I did not find any way to make accurate measurements with it. It seems to be more suited for scanning a typical book where the texts are surrounded by very large margins, and thus there is a large enough margin of error for a user to be expected to just “eyeball it”. In my case, I want to conserve as much of the original page as possible without overlap, and thus the lack of any way to finely adjust the split in Briss would make this an extremely impractical, if not useless tool for my purposes.
One tool I found that did work wonderfully was sejda.com’s “split down the middle” tool, however the site imposes a limit of three operations per hour unless you pay up. I have hundreds of instruction manuals I’d like to split like this, so this would take forever. God I hate PDFs so much.
I’m looking for a crypto payment gateway that will allow me to accept payment for a product. But will split the payment between multiple crypto wallets (multiple people).
A coinbase transaction is allowed to have as many outputs as the miner wishes so long as the total amount in those outputs does not exceed the block subsidy + transaction fees for that block.
Thus a miner could create a coinbase transaction which has more than one output which pays to himself and someone else. It doesn’t matter who the recipients of the outputs are. In fact, it doesn’t matter if the outputs have invalid scripts. There are no rules on what the output scripts must be.
The amounts of each output are decided by the miner creating the coinbase transaction. They can choose to set the amounts as they wish. The only rule is that the sum of all of the output amounts cannot be larger than the reward (subsidy + fees) for that block.
While each block ostensibly has one miner, miners will typically team up in mining pools. This is effectively multiple miners mining one block. In reality, it is a single miner in that pool who gets lucky and finds the valid block, but the pool as a whole shares the block reward.
Some pools will pay out all of their miners with the coinbase transaction by creating multiple outputs that pay each miner in the pool. The amounts are determined by whatever the pool operator and miners have agreed for the distribution of the block reward.
We consider finitely generated modules over an Artin algebra. Let $X$ be an indecomposable module and let $f:X longrightarrow X oplus X$ a monomorphism. Must $f$ always be a split monomorphism?
This is an interesting question about balancing potentially conflicting interests:
- Product owner is a role more than a person. As a product owner you want to prioritize the features that have most value for the users.
- Architect is not a scrum role, and architecture belongs to the team. So you have also a role of team member, equal to all the other team members in this capacity. As an architect you want to ensure the most lasting and robust architecture to cope with future evolution.
This leads to two major conflicts of interests (i.e. you’re biased in one role because of the other role):
- as product owner you want features early. As architect you want the foundations of the architecture first, which might require delaying some interesting features that do not fit with the challenges of the architecture.
- for the other team members it‘s not clear when you speak as product owner and when you speak as a peer team member. At worst the will just consider your viewpoint as not to be challenged (and you lose the collective intelligence of the team), at best it will create conflicts (and oblige you to be clearer about your roles and responsibilities), but affecting morale and team efficiency.
This tension is the most intense at the beginning of the project, since both roles are equally sollicitated. In my own experience you should divide time with some discipline, dedicating at least 2/3 for product ownership. Because insufficient time to take this responsibility endangers all the team and the value of its deliverables!
One trick is to allocate most time as product owner, a minimum time for the role as team member, and keep a free buffer to be allocated in priority to product ownership.
The conflicting situation decreases quickly once a stable architecture emerges. It is then not difficult to dedicate most of the time to product ownership. But you need to be aware of your own bias that might lure you away from product value to architectural perfection. It might remain until the end.
I can’t find a proper term to describe my role, basically it is a product owner and a software architect role combined. I have final say for both product and technical decision.
The Product owner role as in scrum and more. When I do my product owner role, I get (without using other fancy word) requirement from my customers; I manage the product backlog, decide the priorities, decide which feature/requirement goes in which release. In a word I decide the product roadmap (of course, work with my team).
I also take the software architect role and make the most important technical decisions. For example, decide which tech stack for frond-end (we chose vue over react); decide whether to use nodejs or php/laravel for back-end (we chose to use both for different features), and design the most important database designs.
I don’t want my question and potential answers dwell on scrum, like “you shouldn’t do that; you don’t do scrum right”, because it is the reality in my company. As far as I know it is quite common here in China, especially for start up company. All I can say every practice has pros and cons. One of advantages of taking these 2 roles together is that I can know whether a requirement is doable or not. And to delegate is the key to do both roles right.
So my question is does anyone have any experience in taking these 2 roles together? How do you split you in doing both.
PS, there are many reasons I don’t want my question to focus on scrum except it is already a reality. The other reasons include (a) I already posted a scrum question here How do I prevent Scrum from turning great developers into average developers? I do not want to debate with others about what is scrum’s way (b) I feel scrum does not operate on technical level, in scrum there is no defined place for an architect. And the so-called self-organized team sometimes goes too far IMHO.
PPS, is there a name for such role? In way I think product owner is a good name because I indeed own the product, every bit of it. But scrum already uses it without talking about technical side too much, I am looking for other name. Besides, when I see the words like technical manager, engineering manager, product manager without seeing the context I always have no idea what role does.