Developing Good Software is Damn Hard

Posted by Filip Ekberg on January 29 2014 9 Comments

Since I first set my foot in the “Software Architecture” class back at the technical institute it feels like I’ve taken things for granted. Over the years I have seen myself as a pretty good software engineer, a programmer with many hats be it developing in C#, Java, Python, PHP, Objective-C, and I’ve tackled lots […]

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Function pointers in C and Python and their possible usage

Posted by Filip Ekberg on November 30 2009 Leave a Comment

Function pointers? you might ask yourself, well this little trick gets handy sometimes, I will provide an example of a practical use in a later post on the next euler solution. Might actually do it in C too just to prove that C is still neat. So to kick this off, what are function pointers? […]

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Solving the first euler problem

Posted by Filip Ekberg on November 30 2009 Leave a Comment

So I’ve decided to start a new project, to solve as many euler problems as possible from http://projecteuler.net/, in Python! The task in hand is not only to solve them but to think outside the box and add new features to the code which might become suitable in the future, who knows. Let’s start off […]

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