MATLAB (https://www.mathworks.com/) – hereon referred to as “Matlab” – has come a long ways since the early days – especially regarding the execution time for matrix and other types of operations. It’s almost unparalleled when compared to the available math libraries for other coding languages. As such, it has become another important toolbox for theContinue reading “Use Matlab API to Increase Performance of Java, C++, or Python Applications”
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Hands-On Introduction and Tutorial for Setting up and Running NASA’s First-Class Java WorldWind Earth Model Simulation
What Is It? What is WorldWind? Well let me quote NASA’s site directly: WorldWind is an open source virtual globe API. WorldWind allows developers to quickly and easily create interactive visualizations of 3D globe, map and geographical information. Organizations around the world use WorldWind to monitor weather patterns, visualize cities and terrain, track vehicle movement,Continue reading “Hands-On Introduction and Tutorial for Setting up and Running NASA’s First-Class Java WorldWind Earth Model Simulation”
Why do I code? Insanity.
Seriously though – one has to be really into it in order to handle the frustrations associated with learning a new coding language, debugging somebody’s else code, debugging one’s own code that’s been dormant for 6 months, etc. In the past procedural programming was all I knew (consider that I graduated from Auburn University inContinue reading “Why do I code? Insanity.”