Monthly Archives: January 2015

A good starting point: “Best Practices for Scientific Computing”. #coding #programming  

A good starting point: “Best Practices for Scientific Computing”. #coding #programming   Best Practices for Scientific Computing We describe a set of best practices for scientific software development, based on research and experience, that will improve scientists’ productivity and the reliability of their software. (View on Google+)

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Is there a generic file extension for (Matlab language) source files using Octave-only syntax, different from , the Octave interpreter accepts? (View on Google+)

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I remember studying Richard Scarry’s books as a kid. This is a 2015 remake.

I remember studying Richard Scarry's books as a kid. This is a 2015 remake.

I remember studying Richard Scarry's books as a kid. This is a 2015 remake. Richard Scarry’s Busy Town in the 21st Century Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the classic childrens’ book series is brought into contemporary times. (View on Google+)

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Reading other people’s code: #rpglike  

Reading other people's code: #rpglike  

Reading other people's code: #rpglike   Abstruse Goose | O.P.C. Strip cartoon about math, science, and geek culture. (View on Google+)

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#nature on #opensource for #reproducibility  

#nature on #opensource for #reproducibility   Code share Papers in Nature journals should make computer code accessible where possible. (View on Google+)

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The zero-copy approach #huma as part of #hsa is an approach to tackle the memory bottleneck, at least…

The zero-copy approach #huma as part of #hsa is an approach to tackle the memory bottleneck, at least...

The zero-copy approach #huma as part of #hsa is an approach to tackle the memory bottleneck, at least for heterogeneous CPU / GPU systems. #apu   hUMA; AMD’s Heterogeneous Unified Memory Architecture Revealed Years ago, AMD set forth on a crusade to seamlessly blend multiple functions which were normally spread throughout disparate regions of a […]

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Idiom for programming #c++ without raw pointers.

Idiom for programming #c++ without raw pointers. The Rule of Zero In a previous article – ”The Rule of the Big Four (and a half)” we looked at resource management policies in C++. Resource management is the general term for using the mechanisms in C++ to ensure t… (View on Google+)

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Can you create a planetary system that lasts for 500 years? Click through to try it on Super Planet Crash, here: http://buff.ly/1u10wA6

Can you create a planetary system that lasts for 500 years? Click through to try it on Super Planet Crash, here: http://buff.ly/1u10wA6

Shared on Google+ by SETI Institute: Can you create a planetary system that lasts for 500 years? Click through to try it on Super Planet Crash, here: http://buff.ly/1u10wA6 (View on Google+)

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Recent #c++11 / #c++14 talks by Scott Meyers.

Recent #c++11 / #c++14 talks by Scott Meyers.

Recent #c++11 / #c++14 talks by Scott Meyers. Nine New Videos: Three Legit, Six Bootleg Videos of my November presentations at code::dive in Wrocław, Poland, and at ConFu in Jurmala, Latvia, have recently been posted for your post-holiday time-killing pleasure. The titles of my code::dive talks are “CPU Cach… (View on Google+)

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#dos emulator #emdosbox powers browser #retro gaming for about 2400 #msdos games at #thearchive . #javascript…

#dos emulator #emdosbox powers browser #retro gaming for about 2400 #msdos games at #thearchive . #javascript  Software Library: MS-DOS Games : Free Software : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive Software for MS-DOS machines that represent entertainment and games. The collection includes action, strategy, adventure and other unique genres of game and entertainment software. Through […]

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#partyrs game, finally on #android !

#partyrs game, finally on #android ! (View on Google+)

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Faster math in #glibc :

Faster math in #glibc : Improving math performance in glibc | Red Hat Developer Blog Mathematical function implementations usually have to trade off between speed of computation and the accuracy of the result. This is especially true for transcendentals (i.e. the exponential and trigonometric functions), where results often have to be computed to a fairly […]

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