Author Archives: Dimitrios Kalemis

About Dimitrios Kalemis

I am a systems engineer specializing in Microsoft products and technologies. I am also an author. Please visit my blog to see the blog posts I have written, the books I have written and the applications I have created. I definitely recommend my blog posts under the category "Management", all my books and all my applications. I believe that you will find them interesting and useful. I am in the process of writing more blog posts and books, so please visit my blog from time to time to see what I come up with next. I am also active on other sites; links to those you can find in the "About me" page of my blog.

Completely dynamic full screen overlay in JavaScript with div or canvas

In this blog post, I am going to show you how to create a full screen overlay. Say you want to create a full screen popup when you click at a particular web page element, or at any other event … Continue reading

Posted in Web design

About computer languages, IDEs, and human rights

I do not find tasteful or nice to have to use needy IDEs like Visual Studio. I like to use Notepad for programming. Visual Studio is very demanding when it comes to resources like CPU, Memory, Hard Disk, Operating System … Continue reading

Posted in Development

Google doodle programming for kids solutions

Today (2017-12-04) Google published a doodle that has to do with programming for kids. Although this is the way kids should learn how to program, the doodle is incredibly difficult and should address only seasoned programmers. The way kids should … Continue reading

Posted in Development

What is Glitch.com?

Glitch.com is a website that features an online code editor with which you can create, host and deploy Node.js applications and static websites. You write the code online and that’s it! The deployment is instantaneous! And yes, you can also … Continue reading

Posted in Web design

About racism

People call me racist. That may or may not be beside the point of this blog post. We, humans, are designed to be racist. I do not like this, though, and this is one of the reasons that made me … Continue reading

Posted in Science

How to install Lands of Lore Guardians of Destiny

Lands of Lore Guardians of Destiny is a PC game from Westwood Studios, Inc. that was released in 1997 for DOS and Windows 95. I purchased a copy in 1998, if I remember the year correctly. It contained¬† 4 CD-ROMs. … Continue reading

Posted in Administration

Learn how to count in any numbering system

In this blog post, I will teach you how to count in any numbering system. I have also created a program that counts in any numbering system and I will show you this program in the second part of this … Continue reading

Posted in Development