Author Archives: ravenspoint
Nana is a cross-platform library for GUI programming in modern C++ style. v1.5.5 was released this week and includes a small contribution from me that allows application code to set the default width of text entry fields. Advertisements
Two little kids with big grins came to fetch me. Roy and Kasha looked as delighted as I felt to be rescued from the grey busyness going on among the grey adults in the school admin office. Up the stairs … Continue reading
A bus trip planner application for windows desktops coded in C++11, capable of finding the optimal trip between two locations through the Nottingham City bus network in less than 2 milliseconds. Features User inputs an unlimited number of bus timetables. … Continue reading
Vase is an extensible process simulator that can handle both individual and continuous tasks. Examples of individual tasks are customers at a bank, cars on an assembly line, or documents in an office. Examples of continuous tasks are oil in … Continue reading
Raven’s Point contributed to the development of a calculation engine to perform Finite Element Analysis ( FEA ) of conveyor belt pulley designs. The FEA code was optimized and parallelized so that it ran in a few seconds, numerous consistency and … Continue reading
Added code timing profiler report in a string, so GUI applications can be profiled. cRunwatch
Today I reached 10,000 reputation points on stackoverflow.