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Jan
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comment Is something like coderunner possible on PC?
I looooves my notepad++ :)
Jan
30
comment As a Junior Software Engineer should I say that something has been done wrong if I feel so?
Again - it works for you - great. Can't say the same for anyone I know personally.
Jan
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comment As a Junior Software Engineer should I say that something has been done wrong if I feel so?
If you've only been in environments where that's been your experience, more power to you. As I say, I'm not a programmer. However, my father and (believe it or not) grandmother are. Their experience is what causes me to think and talk this way. None of my interactions with senior programmers in any organization has lead me to question that. Largely the reason I didn't go into it myself.
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Jan
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answered As a Junior Software Engineer should I say that something has been done wrong if I feel so?
Jan
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comment As a Junior Software Engineer should I say that something has been done wrong if I feel so?
In addition, I really hope you did not post from work.
Jan
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comment Is something like coderunner possible on PC?
If I had $2500 and 6 months to spare I'd buy one in a heartbeat. - $1500 for a mac and $1000 for a pc that I could do actual work on, and 6 months to learn a new OS.
Jan
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asked Is something like coderunner possible on PC?
Jan
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comment How could I implement multitouch gestures without a start event?
PS - your sig in your profile is spectacular
Jan
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comment How could I implement multitouch gestures without a start event?
Thanks for the excellent suggestions. Your lower resolution suggestion is exactly what I meant for downsampling.
Jan
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comment How could I implement multitouch gestures without a start event?
I suppose that is self-evident now I think about it. Re framework, do you think you could give some examples of techniques used to improve efficiency in such solutions?
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accepted How could I implement multitouch gestures without a start event?
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asked How could I implement multitouch gestures without a start event?
Jan
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comment Given some code, how can I learn where it loads resources from if the developer failed to document?
wow, here I go thinking I was at worst naive and now it turns out I was full on stupid... Oh well...
Jan
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comment Given some code, how can I learn where it loads resources from if the developer failed to document?
relevant discussion is here groups.google.com/group/openni-dev/browse_thread/thread/…
Jan
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comment Given some code, how can I learn where it loads resources from if the developer failed to document?
by "this guy", btw, I mean youtube.com/watch?v=t89TUfjFuGs
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Jan
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comment Given some code, how can I learn where it loads resources from if the developer failed to document?
See above re tutorial; consequently I don't see how it can be out of date if it's the official documentation. My question is (and I know this may be naive optimism) isn't there some way to inspect the code, memory access, and/or hd access, that will tell me what it's accessing? I mean, it's been done. Surely this youtube guy does not have unique mutant coding powers?
Jan
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comment Given some code, how can I learn where it loads resources from if the developer failed to document?
AFAIK that is not a tutorial; it's the official documentation.
Jan
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asked Given some code, how can I learn where it loads resources from if the developer failed to document?