If you actually follow this blog, you might have noticed it was down...
for a week... I know, I know...
It was a combination of "boy cries wolf" fallacy, weird MYSQL behaviour
and possibly the image on
Scratching an itch
While Visual Studio 2010 is a powerful tool, there are a few caveats to it. First off, if you require some additional functionality from it, then you have to rely on third party add-ins.
I've been hacking around lately with a Raspberry Pi board. If you're not familiar with it, it's effectively a credit card sized, fully functional, programmable computer. Here's a quick video to show
I spend quite some time on the bus, commuting to work, so I wanted a way to fill that time with something interesting to hear. What I really needed was some good podcasts. The problem was that when I'd
The primary focus as a Seismic Survey Specialist is the identification of tidal current patterns in seismic surveys and to exploit them in order to optimize sail line selection in 4D surveys.
The poster I had submitted to NVidia, explaining the work I did during my thesis, has been added to the roster of posters to be presented at the 2013 GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, CA.
I wanted to update this space to mention two presentations I gave of my thesis. I was thankful to be invited to the University of Manchester on the 25th of september 2012. This was also commented by
My thesis was just publicised at the High Performance Computing in Finance (Training in Modern Quantitative Methods and High-Performance Computing for Finance) website which is a 4-year multi-site
As I mentioned in this previous post I wanted to get some things documented for future and third-party reference. Since the thesis I was preparing dealt with Financial Mathematics, the choice was more
It seems difficult to fully grasp the full repercussion of this event at this moment, but I've done it! I've successfully completed my MSc thesis and submitted it yesterday. The reason Dorando Pietri