Half a year ago, I needed to implement a simple timesheet for employees in a company. It was about self-service counting of hours of attendance at work. Nothing could be easier than opening Excel and using a template. Or download a template from the Internet. After all, an attendance list is a basic tool in every business. Well, I found them, but only English-oriented ones, spanning weeks, calculating weekly wages. I wanted monthly. The best I've found were biweekly ones. So, I made my own Excel, which is not that simple anymore, but it has a lot of cool things.
In the attachment, you will find an Excel sheet with the employee's timesheet. Here are some of the features of this sheet.
Val di Sole is a beautiful valley located in the Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region of northern Italy, known for its stunning natural beauty and outdoor activities. Here are some of the qualities that make Val di Sole special:
Breathtaking natural scenery: Val di Sole is surrounded by majestic mountains, including the Ortler Alps and the Brenta Dolomites. The valley is also home to lush forests, crystal-clear streams, and alpine meadows, making it an ideal destination for hikers, bikers, and nature lovers.
World-class skiing: Val di Sole is home to several ski resorts, including Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida-Marilleva, and Passo Tonale. The area is known for its well-groomed slopes, modern lift systems, and wide range of skiing and snowboarding opportunities.
Rich cultural heritage: Val di Sole has a long and fascinating history, and visitors can explore its many museums, churches, and historic sites. The valley is also home to several traditional alpine villages, where visitors can experience the local culture and cuisine.
Outdoor activities: In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Val di Sole offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, mountain biking, rafting, and paragliding. The area is also home to several wellness centers and spas, where visitors can relax and rejuvenate.
Hospitality and friendliness: Val di Sole is known for its warm and welcoming locals, who are happy to share their love of the area with visitors. Whether you're looking for insider tips on the best ski runs, hiking trails, or local restaurants, you're sure to find friendly and helpful people in Val di Sole.
The Schueberfouer is the annual Luxembourg City funfair held on the Glacis square in the city district of Limpertsberg. The 680th edition of the largest amusement park in the wider region beyond national borders will start on 20 August 2021 and ends on 8 September 2021.
Traditionally, the Schueberfouer starts on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday before Saint Bartholomew's day (24 August) and closes on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before 12 September in order to last 20 days every year. In 2010, the fair comprised 184 attractions including 27 major rides, 13 children's rides and 54 restaurants and snacks bars. In 2018, the fair was expected to attract over 2 million visitors.
I have copied this article from web archive. Sometimes someone asks me about a program that is 23 years old. I am proud that it is still useful to someone. Here is the documentation and the link to download the WGL Assistant. WGL Assistant allows convenient use of the multilingual (Unicode/WGL4) TrueType and OpenType/TTF fonts in all MS Windows applications.
The Devil's Gorge or Teufelsschlucht is located on the eastern edge of the Ferschweiler Plateau within the South Eifel Nature Park in the vicinity of Irrel. It was formed towards the end of the last ice age, about 10,000 years ago as the result of one or more rock collapses. The cause of this event was probably a combination of the geological and climatic circumstances. The heavily fissured, more or less porous, rock strata of the so-called Luxembourg Sandstone (geologically part of the Lower Jurassic or German Lias) are laid over keuper beds that tend towards being impervious. As weathering progresses, the structure becomes unstable as a result of the undercutting of the sandstone base. Towards the end of the last glaciation period this undercutting, in combination with extensive frost shattering, reached the point where it caused the aforementioned rock collapse.
The best camera is the one you have with you. It just so happened that lately I always have my cell phone with me and this cell phone is taking some pretty cool pictures. Of course, cells can draw what they cannot see, but the convenience of navigating with one universal tool is so great that I can get over the loss of quality. On this page I try to post one photo every two three days. I choose photos that are somehow representative of the period. Birthdays, views, puddles, flowers ... I am editing photos in Affinity Photo. This program, which can be purchased for $ 26, has functionality comparable to Photoshop CS6. It can develop photos in RAW, compose HDR, panoramas (okay, terrible), perspective adjustments (very important with the ultra-wide lens of my Samsung S10) and perform full image editing. If someone insists, you can also lose weight, enlarge your eyes or something else. And you don't pay for it every month. I recommend.
NewTek is giving away the NDI HX Camera App today. The app turns your phone into a webcam that can be used in Windows or OSX (or in image mixing systems). It normally costs € 20 so it's a pretty cool deal. If you have a desktop computer using an old phone, the NDI Virtual Input application can have a webcam that works with Skype, Teams or Zoom. It is enough for the phone and the computer to be on the same wifi network. My old LG G4 gives a 2K image at the output of the front camera. In the back it gives 4k, but it is so convenient for me to frame with front camera and it's still more than HD! If you have a lame webcam in your laptop, the phone will probably be better. You can put it in a different angle, presenting your better self. If you look for decent USB cameras in stores, it will turn out that 4k costs several dozen euros. So get this one, go in and download the NDI HX Camera from the Google Store. Download free NDI Tools from ndi.tv and rawhide!