2.That’s been proven to be O(N^2) and we need a solution that’s O(NlogN).
15. Oh, I played with that approach back as an undergrad. Got a D, too.
18.That’s totally inefficient on modern hardware.
26. No, no, no. It’s fairly important that the database be in THIRD NORMAL FORM.
28. I don’t think that’s altogether clear. Please write it up in UML for me.
39.This is all covered in Knuth, and we don’t have time to go over it again.
65.Yes, but we’re standardizing on XML.
Archive for January, 2005
It’s a review for a new device that projects a virtual keyboard onto any flat surface. And it connects to devices by Bluetooth.
OMG! This is way too cool. Of course, I’d now love to see Apple build a Tablet with one of these doo-hickies build in (and a stand build in). That way you can just be using your Tablet, then set it down on a desk and start typing away on the desk.
Unfortunately, this device is quite expensive, but I imagine the price will start dropping quickly once its been on the market and once it has competition.
It’s been raining off and on all day here in SF, so this seems quite appropriate. Its a video remix of the classic.
So, last night I went to the first session of the second course I’m taking. This one’s on Computer Security, a topic that I really know nothing about, but that I feel I should know well.
To be honest, the class scares me. Here’s the first line of the syllabus:
This is a difficult, time-consuming course.
Ok, I knew that grad school was going to be a challenge, but when a Eastern European with advanced degrees is telling me that is something is going to be hard, I’m inclined to believe him.
I think he’s Eastern European based on his accent, but I may be wrong. I can’t seem to find his bio or credentials online anywhere