teaching machines

A C Interpreter

My programming languages class this semester will begin with a few lectures on shell scripting. As an exercise for myself, I thought I’d write a little C “interpreter” so that I can “directly” run my C source code. The first thing we’ll need is a C source file. Here’s one: Now, I need to indicate […]

CS 455 Presentation – Transform Feedback

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDGc87Ik_PU&w=420&h=315] Hello Everyone! We are Alex Ecker and Aaron Emmert and our presentation is on OpenGL’s Transform Feedback ability. Hopefully the video covered everything you need to know. If you want a copy of the slideshow in the video, you can grab a copy here! We did plan an in-class exercise for everyone too! […]

Taming jQuery

In our AphasiaWeb project, I’ve run into a few problems that deserve some mention. jQuery.load and Caching We have several places in our code where we retrieve content from the server with a jQuery.load() call: I was finding that after adding posts, new content failed to show up. It appeared that load() wasn’t being called. […]

Visual Studio, CMake, and OpenGL

I am not familiar with the Windows development environment (and I don’t feel like I need to be). For this reason, I do not enjoy developing software on Windows. However, Windows is what we have available to us in Phillips 115. In this post I will describe how I get around having to know Windows […]