June, 2004

now browsing by month


June 28, 2004

Wow, things are busy, busy, busy. I still haven’t gotten my little report on our trip up yet (haven’t even finished writting it). Our new Calc III professor is pretty bad (we have one professor for the first half and another for the second half). I’ve got several sample programs I’ve written that I also need to get around to posting. Ahh me….hop to it Brian!

Jun 24, 2004

Not much new…I’ve got a sample of dynamically calling Windows API functions at runtime (a friend of mine asked me about it because he wanted to use it for his interpreter). Other than that, lots of schoolwork.

June 17, 2004

Got a 93% on Calc III test, mainly because it was multiple choice and I guessed right on one of the problems! Wahoo! I also attended the UCF Summer Research Academey, which was pretty much useless except I got free meals. Now if I can survive 2 more days of it…

June 16, 2004

My trip to Michegan was very good! I’ve got a Calc III exam tomorrow, so I’ll make this quick, but we got very little sleep, had fun, and didn’t do nearly as well as we had hoped. But we learned a lot and we’ll kick but next year. Pictures and more info comming soon!

June 10, 2004

Tomorrow is the day! I’ll be flying to Rochester, Michigan (brrr, it’ll be cold!)! The Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition is only a day away. Wish our team well!

June 9, 2004

Well, that’s it. This evening we completely packed up the robot and all accompanying stuff into a mini-van to take up to Michigan. Two guys will drive the van and the rest of us are flying out Friday. The journey is begining!

June 6, 2004

I’ve studied my but off for Physics II exam comming up on Monday. Also, worked more with the robot – in a week I’ll be in Michegan! Also, did a proper port of bxbasic. You can find it @ the QDepartment group Files section. Off to bed to get a good night’s sleep before the big exam (wish me well!).

June 4, 2004

Wow! Tonight I set out to port Bxbasic (a basic interpreter written by Steve of Qdepartment) to my Pocket PC and to my utter amazement, I suceeded! After about 2 hours and hacking out features, I finally had a hello world program running on my Pocket PC. Looping 1000 times and printing “Hello World” took 26 second,s though, so it’s not fast. After I get the latest code for bxbasic and do a more proper port, I’ll upload what I have

June 2, 2004

Hmm, not a lot to report. I did well on my Calc III test, which is good. Now if I can just do well on my Physics II test next Monday…

June 1, 2004

Hurrah! The hurricane season starts today. Batter down the hatches and prepare for another round of hurricanes. On a more local note, I’m still waiting to hear back on my Calc III test…