Setting up Visual Studio Code for ESP32 / ESP 8266 development can be a bit awkward, if - like me - you don’t know exactly what’s happening behind the settings. The “C/C++ IntelliSense, debugging, and code browsing” plugin makes working with Visual Code a bit easier, but it needs to be configured for ESP projects. Luckily, that’s not too hard.
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Setting up an Acer Aspire GX 785 desktop PC for dual-booting Microsoft Windows 10 with Ubuntu is tricky, but not impossible. If this is above your comfort-zone, just set up a VM with Ubuntu within Windows :-).
Make space on hard disk for the partitions Change BIOS security settings Create a USB disk to boot Ubuntu Install Ubuntu, creating 3 new partitions on the hard disk Fix UEFI settings Prepare empty hard disk partition In Windows, open the Disk Management tool: Right-click on Start > Disk Management Make room for Ubuntu: Mine had 2 ca 240GB partitions on the main disk.
Now it’s official:
The top three search engines now support the sitemaps format Great going, Vanessa and the sitemaps team!! You’ve done great work since Summer 2005, it’s come a long way. A new standard after a bit more than a year, congratulations!
Google: Search engines united (archive.org)
MSN/Live: Microsoft, Google, Yahoo! Unite to Support Sitemaps (archive.org)
Yahoo!: Yahoo, Google and Microsoft join forces (really !!) behind Sitemaps (archive.org)