Posts Tagged "Programming Theory"

A Slice of PI Using the Monte Carlo method In Java

Everyone loves PI don't they? Cherry, Apple, Blackberry and even Pumpkin is which is one of my all time favorites! Ok, I am not talking about that kind of pie or that geeky guy who called himself PI on Beauty and the Geek (love that show... why? Because I am a geek and wishing I could hook up with hot super model chicks who depend on my intelligence and willing ...

Waffle Matrices…Mmmm Where is the Syrup?

Have you ever sat at the kitchen table where you mom made you a big stack of waffles only to stare at the squares and realize it could be a matrix? Young child programmers do all the time! Heck you might have even written in random numbers using syrup into each square before eating it all up. Skyhawk133 wanted me to make a video on this very subject and while ...

Rainbow Tables: Taste the Rainbow

Skittle advocates would blast me for applying their beloved slogan to something as sinister as password cracking. "Down with Martyr2!" or "Lets rip off his head and feed it to the lions! But we don't have lions, ok, feed it to the bin of mutated rats growing a human ear!" The truth of the matter is that understanding the processes of password cracking can help protect and safeguard our electronic ...

Comparators in Java (Prepare to Compare)

Damn! I just can't get that linkedlist to sort! What did I ever do to deserve this? Why god why!!!!!!! Ok, maybe I am being a bit over dramatic and lets face it, I think I have only gotten to the point where God and I were sharing code frustrations only a few times in my entire life. When code is not cooperating and deadlines are looming, you and the ...

What is all the “fuzz”ing about?

Fuzz...no not the stuff growing on your vegetables in the fridge but the data kind. Data fuzz is rumored to be behind the successful crack of the iPhone in recent months. However, some people in the industry may have not heard of the term "Data fuzz". So in a short entry I will discuss what it is, how it can relate to blackbox testing and how it can make your ...

Sieve of Eratosthenes in Java / C#

Eratosthenes, what an egg head huh? I wonder if he could have coded his own algorithm in Java or C#. Would he have known what a class, helper method, and a delegate is? The ancient Greeks had the math world pretty much locked up for their time... except that whole world at the center of the universe thing and that the heavens were in perfectly circular orbits. Whoa were ...