Tyler Clemons

Archive for January, 2009

Learning Python , C++ , and Data Structures

by on Jan.31, 2009, under Books, C/C++, General, Python

Back in undergrad, the majority of our classes taught us sound software engineering principles using Python, C++, and sometimes Java.  The first two were used quite extensively.  The resource I used was invaluable to my success in mastering data structures, learning OOP, and granting me proper exposure to Python and C++.  Data Structures and Algorithms Using Python and C++ is a great resource and I wanted to share it here.  I believe it is great for beginners of both Python and C++ and those entering a data structures course.  Click HERE to order a copy.

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Buckeyes ranked 3rd in Presitge by ESPN

by on Jan.23, 2009, under Buckeye Football, Sports

The Ohio State Buckeye Football Program is ranked #3 in all time Prestige by ESPN.  All time is a tad misleading because the scoring was in the range of 1936-2008.  This is still impressive considering that there are 119 football programs and the Buckeyes have received a bad rap for their recent big game performance.  Go Buckeyes! Also, congrats to the Sooner nation.  Oklahoma is at the top of the polls despite their recent stumbles.  It is nice to see that prestige is not only judged upon the success of recent years.

The following is from ESPN.COM:

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Exciting Changes to Ruby on Rails

by on Jan.22, 2009, under MERB, Ruby on Rails, WebTechs

http://www.infoworld.com/article/09/01/12/02NF-ruby-on-rails-merb_1.html

Rails will add some new features and enhancements by merging with MERB.  Should be interesting.

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