There are a lot of interesting things out there on the Internet. Here we gathered some really cool data simulations of the year 2015 that shows that Internet really is beautiful.
This is the winner of all simulations that shows an inside content of the whole ISS Space Station in an interactive mode. This is an official ESA (European Space Agency) project, so the quality is beyond good. Enjoy your ride inside a real space station without standing up from your sofa!
The Boost C++ Library is a collection of extremely high quality, open source, peer-reviewed C++ libraries.
Boost Library comes under the Boost Software License, which permits commercial and non-commercial use. It supports almost all modern compilers and it is being used widely nowadays because of its re-usability, run-time performance, portability and space-efficiency.
Boost is developed by C++ developers, which have their own dedicated Boost Community. All new features added to Boost are peer reviewed and either accepted or rejected by the community members. Developers from all around the world are a part of this community. Boost provides a lot of rich and complex development features such as regex, buffers, function binding, lambda functions, smart pointers, configuration utilities, threads and many more!
You don’t have to do everything on your own when it comes to online business. In fact, there is so much of online business that can be automated that those who realize this will be most successful in the future. As all other conventional businesses – always aim to cut your costs in the long run and automate everything.
In this Twitter tutorial I will show you how to create your own auto follow and unfollow application that will help run Twitter social accounts automatically and grow them exponentially every day. This can be done in many ways and technologies. I chose to use C# .NET as it’s the easiest way to make both GUI and back end programming at once and run it on your own PC without any server.
Open Visual Studio and create a new C# .net project: File -> New project -> Other languages -> Visual C# -> Windows -> Windows Forms Application.
My first day in the Commonwealth.
The game starts off like the usual from the trailer, in the year 2077. The game also takes you through the usual create-your-character-and-name-it walkthrough. You select your SPECIAL stats, and off you go. You’re out of the introduction in about 20 minutes give or take, before you can roam around the wasteland as you desire. The game will also try to guide you if you’re completely lost and don’t know what to do.
It’s a win/win for both newcomers to the Fallout series and experienced players from Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas.
Not so much to write about Fallout 4 yet, but here are some screenshots in 4k.