Technical Readings

Post-Build C++ Skill Rebuild

· For the last decade, the majority of my dev work has leveraged the .NET Framework for construction of information systems. However, my interest has lain in numerical computing. · Is it possible to have an increasingly higher level of abstraction and at the same time achieve underlying high performance computing? The prevailing winds say no: C# is aimed at productivity, and C++ is for performance. Garbage collection was great, but do we still need it with the availability of smart pointers? Would ......

Posted On Saturday, October 29, 2011 9:59 PM | Comments (0)

2010 - the Singularity is still over the event horizon

this year I had the pleasure of cramming the following information into my lobes: Book: Schuams Graph Theory - http://www.amazon.com/Schau... - a subset of combinatorics. From my perspective, just use linear algebra - you can bash anything into vectors. some interesting stuff on platonic solids and the 3 color world map. SD - shortest distance SP - shortest path bipartite graph - 2 disjoint sets ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 25, 2010 5:07 PM | Comments (0)

6 months in review

Mother of all Blog Posts Building expertise in WPF / Silverlight · Core Programming Concepts: Declerative programming, Dependency properties, DataBinding, Commands, Triggers, VSM, Control templating, the inheritence model , XAML extensions and control templating · Transforms and animations - SVG experience helps · Comprehend the core differences in SL and WPF- lack of Commands and Triggers (Behaviours and VSM are superior anyway), Calling different types of services (WCF, Sockets, Duplex, ADO.NET ......

Posted On Sunday, July 5, 2009 2:13 PM | Comments (1)

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