Personal Study 2011



First posted Mon Apr 11 21:02:26 PDT 2011


Last updated Mon Apr 18 22:31:59 PDT 2011






  1. Perl related
    1. Using "Learning Perl Objects References and Modules" do the list of "try this" exercises in the front of the book. Skip object related material, because Perl OOP is not at all elegant or interesting and hence not worth the effort.
    2. Related to the above, work with the file::find module, which is the "try this P 68" referenced under callbacks. Let's come out of this work with a mofidiable complete file search that starts anywhere in the directory tree. The modifications are for any special search that I want to hand code.
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  2. Scalabel Vector Graphics (SVG)
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  3. Objective-C
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  4. Curves and surfaces
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  5. Perl and XML along with HTML-5
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  6. Java and Java script
  7. Visual basic
  8. Graphics related algorithms in "Introduction to ALGORITHMS"
  9. Systamatically read "The Road to Reality" by Roger Penrose. Look to understand a lot of math things that I have failed to really appreciate in collage and over the last 40 or so years of work.
  10. Write some bc programs. an arbitrary precision calculator language

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