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Currently developper at Efront. I am working on the GRC product, a web based operational risk analysis system.

I am proficient in python and c, and fluent in c++, VB.net, c#

I like to explore other languages by solving problems from the Euler Project, such as haskell and lisp.


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comment Photoshop/GIMP curves tool - how does it work internally
I have voted for reopening. Trouble is, your question is unclear. I edited it to add a link and remove the first part. You should also explain if you need the interface to define the curve, or if you are only interested in the image transformation itself. (hint, the question about the UI might be too broad)
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comment Photoshop/GIMP curves tool - how does it work internally
@mishan wait. are you asking about this?
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comment Photoshop/GIMP curves tool - how does it work internally
@mishan do you know about bezier curves? I am not sure if gimp relies on those, but the trick is to come up with a model allowing you to define a curve with a few points. However, As oded pointed, your question is too broad. Are you asking about the math model of the curve? or the implementation architecture?
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comment Why do some functional programming languages use a space for function application?
@Den you are doing yourself harm by rejecting a language because of its syntax. Surely you had no trouble learning xml or sql (those are not general purpose languages, but they define their own syntax).
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@Den if you learn haskell, the syntax will be one of the least confusing things :p
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comment In-memory datastore in Haskell
OP here. @gnat is right. I know about sqllite, and it is outside the scope of my question. Appart from the fact that i had troubles with concurrency with it, writing queries in a type safe way is not something easy to achieve. You would not recommend a sql db for someone asking about a concurrent hashtable in java. It is the same issue here. I realised that stm datastructures are a research topic, and that my question might be too broad.
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