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Showing posts from November, 2011

Resources for the next generation of scientists and engineers

There are many good materials, free ebooks, lectures, ... but here is a few of things come with me many years when I started learning "Hello World" in Computer Science. Thanks to Google University (I have started using Google since 2004) the Foundations, Foundations of Computer Science Introduction to Programming in Java Algorithms, 4th Edition Advanced level: Mining of Massive Datasets Agile Patterns: The Technical Cluster (a good engineer should understand both theory and practice) Networks, Crowds, and Markets:Reasoning About a Highly Connected World for self-study student

Think and Make it happen

dedicate these words to someone is reading my blog :) Navigate the waters of your inner self with emotion.  Turn the simple things into a spectacle for the eyes.  Never give up on life or on those you love. Never grow old in the territory of emotion! Disappointment, frustration, and loss will always occur, But work through each pain as an opportunity  to grow. Find an oasis in each your desserts! Contemplate beauty. Unleash creativity. Manage your thoughts. Protect your emotions. Live in enterprising lifestyle. Train your amazing mind to be brilliant. You deserve it!

Play with Akka, better & scalable concurrency model for Java

You have a cool algorithm to compute relationship between your friends and your hobbies, interests. You want to scale it to 10 million users (scalability). blah ..blah ... Here is the ideas (functional programming - Haskell, Erlang , map&reduce - Hadoop,Google ,  Actor Pattern - Akka framework )  The Actor Model - Towards Better Concurrency View more presentations from Dror Bereznitsky

Play with OAuth for FPT API, Twitter API, Picasa API on Android

Cool, some my new projects is building some sharing tool for Android platform Just learning now, share and twitting my photo shot, location in real-time. small project for fun