Every night for about an hour Larry goes through this spell of saying whatever comes to his mind. This is less than half his repertoire. https://youtu.be/JhYdpkC98qw
One thing I always appreciated was "beautiful" code. The product may not be great but, wow, that code is beautiful! I will admit, if it wasn't for the way editors are set up these days I would probably not write beautiful code, it would be legible and easy to follow because I do have my... Continue Reading →
The openFrameworks work I have been looking at is truely impressive. There are all kinds of possibilities this technology can be used for. This is impressive. A deep neural network making predictions on live camera input, trying to make sense of what it sees, in context of what it’s seen before. It can see only... Continue Reading →
I have been going to Vero Beach for the week of my birthday twice now and each time I pick a "project". Whether its learning something new, a couple of book goals, or just coding. This years winner is openFrameworks! As many of you know, one major area I run at IBM is a demonstration... Continue Reading →
Simple and easy to follow explanation for how a quantum computer works. https://youtu.be/WVv5OAR4Nik
It was 1983, I would be turning 12 later that year, and this was the very first book I bought to learn programming. My mother found this in the house and figured I would want it and she was right!
A really old post from my other blog I am reposting here since I moved the videos to my YouTube channel. I figured since Mikkel had written about Event Admin I would share this tutorial and solicit feedback and general interest level. I had prototyped a bridge between Event Admin and Property Broker last year.... Continue Reading →