Four of the hundreds of people behind the scenes in the Apollo space program.
Did people really call Oda Nobunaga by his first name?! Of course not.
Working with bits is fun. They're useful and easy to understand, especially when working with combinations. What's not so fun is maybe incorrectly reading them from a file.
I just want to talk about my uneasiness with being dubbed a native speaker of the languages I speak.
After several years of lurking in various sites and blogs where professionals talk about and help each other with problems they encounter at work, I already knew that debugging memory corruption problems was one of the most difficult. Up until this point, I never realized how annoying and frustrating it could be, though. This took... Continue Reading →
After applying a rotation matrix, what should be the new center of the camera such that the origin seems like it's in the same part of the view?
In the program, when a button that does a certain operation is clicked, a large chunk of memory is allocated without being released. New memory is allocated for every time this operation is performed until the program eventually crashes from lack of memory. I was taught to always try to reproduce the problem first whenever... Continue Reading →