Applicable values for AddItemRequest.Item.Country

Applicable values for AddItemRequest.Item.Country •   AA(in/out) NOTE: APO/FPO was defined in eBay list previously but they are not defined in ISO 3166. This country will remain on eBay country code list for backward compatibility.•   AD (in/out) Andorra. •   AE (in/out) United Arab Emirates. •   AF (in/out) Afghanistan. •   AG (in/out) Antigua and Barbuda. •   AI […]

Perl Expect bindings – Simple example

Hello World file ( #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; print “———–\n”, “Hello World\n”, “———–\n”; Test Perl file with expect bindings ( #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use diagnostics; use Expect; my $timeout=5; foreach my $i (1..20) { my $exp = Expect->spawn(“./”) or die “Unexpected error : $!\n”; $exp->expect($timeout); }

Continuous Delivery : A Mini Hurdle

The first hurdle to overcome with Continuous Delivery I think is not getting your product’s code onto the machine itself, but managing the actual machine and it’s software… and in talking to people. It is the subtle nuances between machines due to people tweaking things on the fly that lead to the worst [most annoying] […]

How To Get The Current Epoch Time (Unix Timestamp)

  Perl time PHP time() Ruby (or To display the epoch: Python import time first, then int(time.time()) Java long epoch = System.currentTimeMillis()/1000; Microsoft .NET C# epoch = (DateTime.Now.ToUniversalTime().Ticks – 621355968000000000) / 10000000; VBScript/ASP DateDiff(“s”, “01/01/1970 00:00:00”, Now()) Erlang calendar:datetime_to_gregorian_seconds(calendar:now_to_universal_time( now()))-719528*24*3600. OR element(1, now()) * 10000 + element(2, now()). MySQL SELECT unix_timestamp(now()) PostgreSQL SELECT extract(epoch […]

Database Integration – some points to keep in mind

Always Have a Single, Authoritative Source For Your Schema Everyone should know where the official schema resides, and have a frictionless experience in getting a fresh database setup. One should be able to walk up to a computer, get the latest from source control, build, and run a simple tool to setup the database (in […]

Never use a shared database server for development work.

Like many conveniences in software development, a shared database is a tar pit waiting to fossilize a project. Developers overwrite each other’s changes. The changes I make on the server break the code on your development machine. Remote development is slow and difficult. Avoid using a shared database at all costs, as they ultimately waste […]