Chesnokov Yuriy has a demo on
edge detection in images with a wavelet transform. The code is written in C++ and is a very interesting read. He has other image processing articles on Coding Project too.
Have you ever wanted to change the world and beat some of the best teams across the world while doing it? If you answered "YES!" then the
Imagine Cup is the place for you.
What is the Imagine Cup? The Imagine Cup is a world-wide student technology competition that aims to create…
Chris Gray had done a video for
Channel 9 on developing and customizing Windows Home Server. The source code examples he showed off can be found at the
Channel 9 SandBox also.
What is even neater about some of the newer stuff WHS will be releasing soon is the ability to use the notification…
Kanan Sundarajan has written a
Rich Text Editor and has shared it on CodePlex. For additional screenshots and a deeper highlight of features, check out
Kirti's blog. Kanan also has a
Anyone else out there have a RTE they've written?
Via Brad Abrams
If you're like me, you didn't actually give the user an installer, just the executable.
A while back, I created a
small program that did a staggered application start up for stuff in your startup folder. The Delayed Startup Application was pretty simple and had it's source code posted too. …
Matt Gertz over at the Visual Basic Team talks about
his big problem with shuffling music and starts on how to solve it. Matt's problem (and mine) is when you have your music on shuffle, the transitions could be too jarring. In this installment, he shows you the basics at writing code against…
Having multiple monitors makes life
easier in my opinion but even with my current work setup, I need more space. Visual Studio, Word, Outlook (and countless emails), Live Writer, browser windows, ...all take up space. Today I found on
CodingProject a C++ application that shows how to…
Chayan shows how to use IKVM.NET to provide a way to use Java methods in .Net. So why would
someone want this? Well, if you had a project in Java that you needed in c#, you'd normally have to recode the entire thing. Recoding can introduce bugs on top of just consuming large sums of time.…
Tim Higgins had a problem with "rabbits" cutting through his yard to go to the local pool. So Tim, as any
good inventor would, created a solution that watered his lawn and helped keep the "rabbits" away. His solution combines phidgets, an IR camera, and x10 to control…
If you need some help understanding joins in SQL,
Jeff Atwood has a great visual on how SQL joins work. It is platform agnostic so it should be the same wether you are running SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, ..., the concepts remain the same.