Thomas Sampson

Blog Rejection!

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Merry ChristmasIt suddenly came to my attention this evening that I had seriously rejected my blog over the holiday season! Mainly due to it being Christmas, but also due to the amount of assignment deadlines which popped up towards the end of semester one. Well anyway, the majority of the assignments are handed in with a remaining 2 to be handed in next semester! There are a couple of articles I have been eager to write lately, which I plan to start sometime tomorrow, to share with the web (and also to revise my knowledge of the topics for use in exams next month :p ).

Starting tomorrow I am planning to write articles on simplifying Boolean logic using
De Morgan’s Law
(useful in many professions, especially programming and any logic related areas). Also I had been planning to try and demystify actionscript, a language which I despise until it works and looks pretty good, then I stumble along some more. I plan to try and write an article on OOP in actionscript and also variable/object scopes which are as yet beyond me in flash. I remember a while back I posted a link to an actionscript OOP tutorial, but the article I write will try and tackle the subject in plain English and probably make more sense to those familiar with other HLL such as java or c++. Talking about posting this stuff is one thing and doing it is another, but I honestly think that if people didn’t contribute this kind of stuff (useless to most, invaluable to the minority) then the Internet would be a sparse place. In the meantime here is a useful link to a website dedicated to the organisation and categorisation of open source software. Merry Christmas!

Author: tomtech999

I have recently graduated with a 1st class degree in MComp Games Software Development at Sheffield Hallam University, focusing primarily on application development in C++, with experience in graphics programming, scripting languages, DVCS/VCS and web technology. In my spare time I enjoy Drumming, Reading and Snowboarding!

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