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Microsoft moving from Silverlight!

Posted in Blog, code, Computer, Language, Programming, Uncategorized on Friday, October 29th, 2010 at 7:26 pm No Comments


Frustration is likely the main word from the poor souls who’ve put in serious amounts of time to become proficient with Expression Studio (Blend) and the intricacies of Microsoft’s Silverlight. Mary Jo Foley has a post up today where she interviews Bob Muglia, the Microsoft President in charge of…

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Android Development

Posted in Android, Apps, Blog, code, Computer, Portfolio, Programming on Monday, October 25th, 2010 at 11:18 pm No Comments

I just completed started my first Android app. It works… and its damn cool to see something you built on your phone. That said, there is still a TON of work to do. I hope that I’m not served with a cease and desist order, as Oracle is suing Google for patent infringements…

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Part II: Choosing a programming language

Posted in Blog, code, Computer, Language, Programming, Uncategorized on Saturday, October 9th, 2010 at 11:03 pm 1 Comments

I spent a considerable amount of time pondering which programming language I should really focus on.  I still have lingering questions and half-formed opinions at this time, perhaps getting them out here will help solidify the weaker aspects. This is not only an economical question, but also a philosophical…

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Brain-Computer Interface

Posted in BCI, Blog, code, Computer, Language, Programming on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 at 6:28 pm 1 Comments


Talk about a fun diversion. I was minding my own business reading through my emails and I came across this hardware hacker manifesto. I’ve been taking things apart and trying to put them back together, sometimes in different configurations, for a looooonnnnggg time. Most people label this as a…

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A little JAVA; Overloaded Method

Posted in Blog, code, Computer, Java, Language, Programming on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 at 1:32 pm No Comments

Overloaded methods are handy for situations when you want to pass parameters in varying ways. I’m sure this is really simple stuff for veteran Java Jedi’s, but it may come in handy for a beginner like myself. Notice that the name of the method is the same for all…

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Part I: Choosing a programming language…

Posted in Blog, Computer, Economics, Language, Programming on Monday, September 20th, 2010 at 3:09 pm No Comments

…is a hard thing to do.

The choices when it comes to really learning a programming language are immense. Before I get to far ahead of myself, I’d like to make sure you know that I’m talking computer programming languages. Spoken languages are beautiful, inspiring and I’d like to learn Chinese….

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Android Super Computer App

Posted in Android, Blog, Economics on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 at 6:33 pm No Comments

Did you ever wish you had a super computer in your pocket? You know for those debates at the firehouse; “Dude, I guarantee the human genome is completely indexable with the touch of a button, guarantee!”

Thanks to the geniuses at MIT, you could potentially deliver on such a promise. The

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App Inventor

Posted in Android, Apps, Blog on Monday, September 6th, 2010 at 1:26 pm No Comments

Google’s App Inventor Beta is an AWESOME program and I’m lucky to be a part of it. They say it is intended for non-programmers and I agree to  a certain extent. However, people with programming experience will be quickly making apps that work.

Anecdotal evidence, my own, from the…

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Posted in Blog, Uncategorized on Sunday, September 5th, 2010 at 9:51 pm No Comments

Welcome to the on again / off again Caffeine Blog!!!

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