Below is some sample code to automatically change the notification time of a meeting - this will overwrite what the sender has set.
Below is some sample code to automatically reject Outlook Meetings requests at certain times.
The Happens-Before relationship is rarely properly understood, but is a vital part to parallel, or multi-threaded, programming. It explains the “how could that happen” problem that can happen with multiple running threads.
Apple maps address searches are not great outside the US; most of the addresses I have in my contacts don’t work or are not accurate.
Sharing files with Google Drive can be very convenient
Mac OS has a settings panel that allows you to schedule the Wake, Sleep and Shutdown time for your Mac, but there is only one schedule allowed; e.g everyday, or every Friday, or every weekend, and so on. I wanted a different wake and shutdown time for the weekend and weekdays. This is possible using cron, and the command line tool pmset.
Say you have an XML file, some of the elementa have attributes with sequence numbers, and you want to re-number them all consecutively, try this XSL:
Some time ago I needed to produce some documentation describing existing soap webservices. I looked into other tools that already do this, but none of them produced the output in a format that suited me, also the schema for the webservice has literally hundreds of options that were rarely or never used, or were never or no longer supported. I thought that using the existing tools would make the reader even more confused.