I was one of the panel members at this year’s Educators Panel at the Carolina Games Summit, representing the Simulation and Game Design department of Wayne Community College. The panel was comprised of members from Wayne Community College, North Carolina State University, and Living Arts College.
If you are using Box2DFlash v2.1a with Adobe Flash Professional CS6, you may encounter the following error message upon trying to compile any of the examples under
Source\Box2D\Dynamics\b2World.as, Line 871 1046: Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant: b2Fixture.
This compile error occurs in
HelloWorld.fla, as well as
Target has been inadvertently set to
Flash Player 9. Simply change the
Flash Player 10.3 or above to eliminate the compilation error.
After nearly a decade, I have generated a new 4096-bit RSA PGP/GPG key. The new key reflects the latest OpenPGP best practices. You can also view my key transition announcement for instructions on obtaining this key. The transition announcement has been signed by both the old and new (replacement) key.
If you are using
gpg, you may want to add the following to your
personal-digest-preferences SHA512 cert-digest-algo SHA512
An article on our work in using low-level input characteristics as a mechanism for bot detection has appeared in The Abstract, the official blog of the NC State Newsroom. Bot detection is one of many possible applications in the broader research context of how computational approaches to evaluating input interactions can be leveraged in order to better understand and predict the underlying cognitive processes of a user.
If you’re interested in contributing to a related follow-up work, then please take a moment to participate in my newest research study, the Concentration Game.
I attended our semester Advisory Committee Meeting at Wayne Community College, where faculty and industry members meet to make make curriculum suggestions and advise instructional faculty on trends in the workplace.
For a much needed break from graduate studies, my friend Stacie and I spent Friday evening attending the Beer and Bourbon Festival at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, North Carolina. Admission included over 40 bourbons and 60 beers on tap, along with a great selection of barbeque.
In this technical note, we’d like to setup GNU Emacs and AUCTeX so that it can do both forward searches (using Emacs to control the PDF Viewer) and inverse searches (using the PDF Viewer to control Emacs). This work is based on William’s instructions, but with some additional modifications from Miguel Frasson that remove the dependency on
sumatra-forward.el, as long you primarily use
pdflatex as your LaTeX target. The technique uses the command line rather than DDE to interface with Sumatra PDF.