Coding styles should be taken serious

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 →

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A deep neural network making predictions on live camera input

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 →

This years beach vacation project: @openframeworks

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 →

My very first programming book

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!

OSGI Event Admin to Property Broker bridge

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 →

30 Years of Object Oriented Programming

I read an interesting article over on Medium that is getting a lot of views and even more comments. The article is "Goodbye, Object Oriented Programming". It goes through and attempts to debunk the many aspects of "object oriented programming", from inheritance to polymorphism, the author hits them all. There is only one problem, every... Continue Reading →

A really good lessons learned article for Apple’s Turi Create for CoreML

If you are just starting to learn how to use CoreML with the new Apple iOS API's then I would recommend reading this excellent blog post first - read this. Ryan Jones does a great job going through his thought process of how he was teaching his custom CoreML model with Turi Create. I went... Continue Reading →

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