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    Bit level functionality in C#

    by  • February 17, 2012 • .Net, Articles, Programming • 5 Comments

    Low level operations are commonplace for embedded developers but usually are overlooked by application level developers, but they still offer some useful quirks. After reading a few articles I decided to port some of the most common and useful bit level hacks to C#. More information about the built in operators that are found...

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    Software Patents …my two cents

    by  • November 2, 2011 • Articles, Journal, Programming • 0 Comments

    Within computing the topic of Software Patents is huge and could have lasting effects however I think we have been going about this all wrong, and it all boils down to the simple question: Are you a Computer Scientist or a Software Engineer? How you answer that question I believe will most likely have...

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    Compressing Javascript

    by  • August 30, 2011 • Articles, HTML5, Journal, Programming • 2 Comments

    To most, Javascript seems a secondary concern when writing a website, however the overall end user experience can depend a lot on Javascript, why? Like all web content, it has to be downloaded from a server, and this takes time. The more Javascript you have, the longer it takes to download and thus the...

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    It’s all about design

    by  • August 26, 2011 • Articles, Journal, Programming • 2 Comments

    In 1955 a young architect joined Braun and started designing some of their most iconic products. His ideas went on to change the way we look at technology and ultimately how Apple came up with such simple yet incredible ideas such as the MagSafe power adapter. The man I am talking about is Dieter...

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