Hull Blogs

Aggregated posts from University of Hull students

Fresh Fish

This post is a bit of a two for one. Firstly, I thought that I would say hi to all the new students joining us this week at the Department of Computer Science and Technology at the University of Hull.…
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How I turned the shortest internship ever into 3 massive wins.

Earlier this year, I was awarded the Compass Hospitality Scholarship through the University of Hull - I was in fact the first Hull Computer Science student to be awarded the scholarship although the company does award scholarships to students from other universities around the world. The Scholarship came with an…
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Parentull? Oh F******k!

Generally, whenever I introduce Parentull to someone new - it could be a taxi driver, a business person, an academic or an average joe on the street - I'm greeted with similar questions, retorts etc. I get asked how it will work, why it's needed, how…
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Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity

Introduction – Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity Authentication follows on from Linux – ASP-DotNet 2 Factor Authentication, which follows on from ASP-DotNet Web App On Linux with Authentication. This article discusses the move from development to production. The starting point for this guide is a... The post Linux ASP.Net5 Deployment With Identity appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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Progress Update 10th April 2021

It's been a long time since I've written one of these updates, we've seen Christmas and New Year, another lockdown and lots of coursework and life milestones. Not to mention a lot of other incredible events in the world, some good others not so…
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C++ Beginners Guide – Loops and Iteration

Introduction – C++ Beginners Guide – Loops and Iteration C++ Beginners Guide – Loops and Iteration is a guide to using loops in C++. This article’s principles apply to all programming languages; however, the syntax will change between different languages. For Loop For loops start at one index value then... The post C++ Beginners Guide – Loops and Iteration appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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C++ Beginners Guide – Conditional Statements

C++ Beginners Guide – Conditional statements. C++ uses all the expected conditional statements found in most programming languages. Most of the examples below apply to all programing language and not just C++. The alternative conditional statement however is not found in many languages. If anyone reading this spots an error... The post C++ Beginners Guide – Conditional Statements appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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C++ Beginners – Fundamental Types

C++ Beginners – Fundamental Types covers the fundamental types in C++. Anyone coming from higher-level languages such as C#, #Java or many others will note that “string” is not a fundamental type in C++. The following are fundamental types. signed short unsigned short signed int unsigned int signed long unsigned... The post C++ Beginners – Fundamental Types appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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C++ Beginners – Hello World program

C++ Beginners Guide – Hello World, it has to be done, every programming guide everywhere starts with “Hello World” and so does almost every IDE available. An introduction to this guide Is available in C++ Beginners Guide Introduction. Breaking down the “hello world” program above. The first line includes the... The post C++ Beginners – Hello World program appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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C++ Beginners Guide Introduction

C++ Beginners Guide Introduction. This guide intended to serve two purposes. It is a revision guide for me; however, I hope others appreciate an alternative approach to most C++ guides. In the last semester of my degree course, I have introduced to C++. Before starting the course, I assumed I... The post C++ Beginners Guide Introduction appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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Opensim – Separating Robust Instances

Opensim – Separating Robust Instances is an article detailing the process of separating Opensimulator Robust services into separate instances of Robust. Not all services should be separated and there are good reasons to leave them combined. This guide will grow over time. Initially, just the asset service is covered. Other... The post Opensim – Separating Robust Instances appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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Rider ASP Build-Issues (Linux)

Up Date – Cause Found – Symbolic Links In the Path It is still unclear to me why Rider doesn’t always handle symbolic links in the path well however it is clear it does not. I have had an open case with Jet-brains Support for some time, and they spotted... The post Rider ASP Build-Issues (Linux) appeared first on Sara Payne's Blog. …
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