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Graphics

Submission + - Linux, Windows, and Apple 3d graphics programming

An anonymous reader 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.
Linux Business

Submission + - Developing Open Source Software Ventures

bobdole3k writes: The University of Waterloo just posted a video of a new talk economist Larry Smith gave the UW students about creating startups using open source software and domain specific knowledge. Smith gives examples of successful companies as well as a few companies that didn't make it off the ground.
Businesses

Submission + - Developing Open Source Software Ventures

calumtdalek writes: The UofW Computer Science Club just posted a video of a new talk economist Larry Smith gave the UW students about creating startups using open source software and domain specific knowledge. Smith gives examples of successful companies as well as a few companies that didn't make it off the ground.
Businesses

Submission + - Software Start-ups: What Worked and What Did Not

larrysmithfanboy writes: Economic Larry Smith recently presented a radical new take on software startups in an increasingly globalized economy. In this talk, Smith discusses key skills that a would-be entrepreneur must possess and gives examples of how these skills have helped startups. A must-watch for anyone serious about 21st-century business.

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