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Review – Introduction to Computer Science

Sep 18, 2014 5:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 7)

The Introduction to Computer Science course on Udacity was a fun course to take. It has been a while since I completed the course so I don’t remember it in a lot of detail.  What I do remember is that none of the information was new.  I have been using Python for several years so […] (translate)

Review – R Programming

Sep 18, 2014 5:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 6)

R Programming is the second class in the Data Science specialization at Coursera. I really enjoyed this course.  When I completed the project for my Masters degree I used R to process and analyze the results.  At the time, I started all of my data processing in Python.  Then I need to implement a variety […] (translate)

Review – The Data Scientist’s Toolbox

Sep 18, 2014 5:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 7)

The Data Scientist’s Toolbox is the first course in the “Data Science” specialization available from Coursera.  The specialization itself will be very interesting to complete.  The point of the specialization is to learn how to use R to perform statistical analyses in a professional environment.  You will learn how to use R and how to work […] (translate)


Sep 18, 2014 3:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 4)

We live in an amazing world where the cost of information dissemination is so much lower than it has been in the past.  In 1998 when I finished high school and started college the Internet was still relatively young.  I remember leaving home with my good old dial up connection and being amazed at the […] (translate)

Geeky Linguist Moment

Jul 24, 2014 3:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 31)

For those that don’t know and haven’t read the About page.  My education was all in linguistics.  More specifically computers and languages and/or computational linguistics.  Specifically I worked with things like translation software, text processing, and machine learning for things like part of speech.  Computational Linguistics is still something that I have a strong passion […] (translate)

Ruby on Rails with bluehost shared server

Jul 9, 2014 5:20 PM
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I always like learning new things and I have had a project in mind for a while.  Rather than developing it using PHP, which I am very familiar with, I have decided to use it as an excuse to learn Ruby on Rails.  I use bluehost for my web hosting and to be honest I […] (translate)

Versioning of multiple APKs for Android

Jun 26, 2014 7:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 45)

Recently, with AIR 14, we announced x86 support for AIR applications. In this article, we explain how should developers manage the binary upload on Google Play Store for ARM and x86 binaries. Android devices are available with three kind of architectures – … Continue reading → (translate)

Using multiple ANEs having common JARs as packagedDependency

Jun 13, 2014 9:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 64)

AIR 4.0 or later allows packaging of multiple JARs in the ANE, so third party libraries and the corresponding resources can be packaged in the ANE. Also all the resources of the ANE or any other library can be accessed … Continue reading → (translate)

Monopoly – too political or not political enough?

May 21, 2014 7:20 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 59)

Monopoly is, in many respects, a boring game. Tactics are generally very simple and a game can last a long time. When I was a child and played with my family, my Dad always won. He bought every property he … Continue reading → (translate)

Slides from cfObjective, Sass and CouchDB

May 14, 2014 7:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 53)

If you attended my Don't Let Your Stylesheets Give You Lip. Fight Back with SASS or Relaxing with ... (translate)

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