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Archive for November 24th, 2020

When CCP is not about clearing financial transactions

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/24

Using abbreviations is always context sensitive, so when I first heard about CCP for Waze, I was thinking about some form of Central Counter Party clearing system, but the (wrongly titled page) at [WayBack] Free Driving Directions, Traffic Reports & GPS Navigation App by Waze as it is about

Connected Citizens Program

The Waze Way of free data exchange, yielding actionable insights and improved mobility on a local and global scale

It is a kind of clearing system after all, as it facilitates exchange, in this case of traffic related information.

But it is not really a Citizens Program, as individuals cannot apply: only organisations can.

Those organisations can obtain from or send information to Waze using various APIs, or do both.

I will try to apply as a individual or company to learn more about the Waze APIs involved.


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About Event Tracing – Windows applications | Microsoft Docs

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/24

On my list of things to look into: [WayBack] About Event Tracing – Windows applications | Microsoft Docs.

It is so much better than OutputDebugString!

Via Kent Morwath commenting at Never ever put OutpugDebugString in code that is meant to run on production systems « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff


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Exiting the Microsoft Narrator

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/11/24

The keyboard bindings for the Microsoft Narrator changed in Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 and earlier.

Since the below support pages refuse to save in the WayBack machine and, I copy-pasted some bits of them.


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