I was tempted to call this post “On Cloud Nine”, but that’s beyond corny (for those of you who don’t know, I currently work at Ninefold, a cloud services provider). I think I’ll start calling these update posts “current tunnelvisions”, or similar. So it’s been a busy few months

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Simplifying our previous method for detecting memory leaks in C++ by spinning off a thread which checks all registered objects. The original methodology I had for implementing the a bubbling mechanism on classes was over-complicated and doesn’t seem to fly in C++. My second method of implementing the idea

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Update: I have a new article discussing a slightly less ugly implementation: Kissing Bubbles I’ve been thinking recently about metacognition, and more specifically how it can be applied to determining the best problem solving methods for a given problem. The entire thought process set me off on a problem

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You know the drill, Uni semester gets hectic, I get no time to post updates. Sydney Startup Weekend The first thing to cover was something which happened back in April called Sydney Startup Weekend. SwSyd brings together people with ideas, and people with know-how over a 54 hour marathon to

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