calum t. dalek (664381)
writes "Advanced graphics programming differs from platform to platform, but weather you are coding for the Wii,Vista, or Linux the common mathematical princples remain the same. In a recent talk given by "The Professor" (Christopher Evensen) he covers the linear algebra which everyone should know. Its an excellent introduction for those interested in getting started, or a good review for those already involved."
writes "Back in 1989 (in the Windows 2.0 days), Bill Gates came to talk to the students of the University of Waterloo on the early days of Microsoft and the future of computing. It's an interesting blast to the past. He even touches on his 640K statement. He also covers lots of other topics, including OS/2, software piracy, the history of the software industry, and his role at Microsoft.The talk is available in a number of audio formats from the University of Waterloo Computer Science Club website."