We are very pleased to announce that our July event's pizza will be sponsored by ffA. ffA are currently recruiting so read on to find out about them and what they are looking for…
ffA creates astounding 3D images of the earth's subsurface from seismic data, our software gives geo-scientists and engineers the ability to see geological formations kilometres below the surface in incredible detail. We are looking for programmers who enjoy working in a team and have an ability to learn and adopt new technologies and techniques. Our codebase is a mix of (mostly) C++, Ruby and C# for Windows and Linux, and our development process is based on Scrum & TDD.
Our current work involves:
- Gui design and development
- 3D Visualisation, OpenGL
- GPGPU (CUDA) and multi-threading
- Signal & image processing
- Making scientific software interactive and easy to use
- Refactoring & working with legacy code
If you have interest or experience in some or all of the above, get in touch with steve at ffa-geosciences dot com
(yes that actually is its title, not a mistake I’ve made!)
Lots of conferences & product/service announcements since last month. Andy and Ben give you a run through of some of the main highlights & interesting points
- Zune pass
- iCloud / iTunes
- Apple iOS 5features
- OSX Lion
- Icloud vs Mesh
- Office 365
- iCloud on Azure
- Offical / unofficial Wp7 unlock
- My Phone closing
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Join North East Bytes for our seventh event of 2011. This event will be different to any event we have ran in the past as it will be held ONLINE as unfortunately a black hole of work commitments has prevented the entire team from being able to attend an actual live event. So in order to provide yet another stellar event we have lined up a fantastic speaker and friend of NEBytes to give what we hope will be a fantastic session.
Asymptotics and Algorithms – What You’ve Forgotten Since University
Modern development environments have made us lazy! Well maybe that's an exaggeration, but sure as eggs is eggs they have dulled our knowledge of what makes good algorithms good. We've ridden the wave of Moore's Law for so long that we thought the good times would last forever. Well the party's over folks! In the coming days of multi-core chips and "Big Data" algorithmic performance is back on the menu.
This session - revision for some, enlightening for others - will focus on how to calculate the efficiency of an algorithm, before going on to show you how to set about devising your own algorithms. I can promise you a fun session, despite a little bit of maths. :-)
Gary Short works for Developer Express as the Technical Evangelist on the frameworks team. He has a deep interest in technical architecture, especially in the areas of technical debt and refactoring. Gary is a C# MVP and gives presentations at user groups and conferences throughout the UK, Europe and the US.
As well as C#, Gary also has an interest in dynamic languages such as Smalltalk, Ruby and Python as well as iPhone development using Objective-C.
Read Gary's Blog - http://www.garyshort.org and follow Gary on Twitter - http://twitter.com/garyshort
The event will be held online making use of Live Meeting. The joining instructions will be sent out on the day of the event so please make sure your registration details have the correct email address specified.
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