Archive for January, 2005

CpSc 461, Software Engineering Techniques

Monday, January 31st, 2005

Click here for the syllabus, outline, and other resources.

Another class

Sunday, January 30th, 2005

This teaching thing is turning into a full-time job again. I’ll also be teaching CpSc 423, Language Processor Techniques (aka “The Compiler Class”). There go my Friday evenings…

CSUF Classes

Sunday, January 23rd, 2005

Looks like I’ll be teaching CpSc 433, Data Security and Encryption Techniques, CpSc 461, Software Engineering Techniques, and CpSc 465, Principles of Computer Graphics


Sunday, January 16th, 2005

If you’re looking for an easy way to experiment with OpenGL, try the Ch interpreter. It supports C and most of C++, and includes OpenGL support. It runs on just about any platform you could want (including Windows, Solaris, Linux, MacOS X, and FreeBSD), and since it’s an interpreter, you can skip the compile and link steps.

Now, if you’re paying attention, you’re probably thinking, “sure, great, but if it’s an interpreter, isn’t it going to be awfully slow?” Well, download the Standard Edition and try it yourself.