Desperately Need Help In Code In C++ And Fitting Functions In A Frame
Posted by Krishty on 12/17/2010 at 5:31 PM The code I sent you was already prepared for easy debugging -- the function is called quite early and the call is designed establish a suitable environment within which to look for variables. Open a VC++ command shell2. Everything I check-in gets code reviewed and vetted before it gets merged. his comment is here
Yeah, scientists can do neat things while ignoring good programming practice, but about the time the code base his a million lines or so, the reason "good practice" is called "good It meets all the criteria outlined in the article and rarely is robust against changes. Check drawn objects.Warning in
Also, you managed to completely miss the point. pushd c:\linkrepro7. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I'd love to see a scientist write a driver to interface with their own instruments.
etc. Part of the developer's path to enlightenment includes overcoming over engineering and learning to write simpler code. See below for the problems you will face." #45 Kartik Agaram on 05.15.14 at 5:42 pm Pavel's reference to software archeology reminded me of one of my favorite passages ever: http://akkartik.name/post/deepness If you have the June 2010 DirectX SDK installed, you should be able to link the repro to an exe and use the enclosed pdb and .i to jump into the
But as a scientist, you should know better than to extrapolate without further evidence or study. Graham & Coase: when big companies are a good idea Engineers vs managers: economics vs business SIMD < SIMT < SMT: parallelism in NVIDIA GPUs An unusual hardware architecture: APA (Associative Well, maybe in the sense of a smaller number of characters per file, but not to any other criterion, no siree! #35 Dimitar P. Scientists will always look at engineers as an inferior creature, just as mathematicians will always look down upon scientists as inferior creatures.
The former because they're at the beginning of their careers and the latter because they're usually after the 9-5 nature of university work. Efficiency is fundamentally at odds with elegance How profilers lie: the cases of gprof and KCachegrind It's "locking" if it's blocking C++ template fuckwittery Why custom allocators/pools are hard "Value", the I am one of those people that complains but that's mostly because I favour clean, simple code. The attack on the the article author with inanities such as "who therefore see/treat you as "support staff" rather than as a "peer"" -- You are support staff.
Posted by Ian [MSFT] on 12/14/2010 at 11:29 AM Thanks for reporting this issue. news Comments (18) | Workarounds (0) | Attachments (4) Sign in to post a comment. My mind boggles at how the tone of the article sweeps the rest of the discipline of software engineering under a carpet. set LINK_REPRO=This will create a link repro in the directory you created in step #2.
It was the people who believed in Tesla and Einstein who discovered that their work is significant in everyone's everyday life, not all the cynical pricks calling them "lab rats", "white this content He tries to be constructive. You never hear "This code is nice! So the Research departments of Major corporations staffed with PhDs writing scientific research code who make up 10% of less of the workforce are the only one doing substantive work and
For fitting functions following the standard pattern outlined in this document no method is needed: as from R 1.9.0 model.frame.default() will work. But equally obviously, a scientist better trained in programming will do better, etc. The article I'm replying to takes it for granted that "software engineers" on average write better code than "scientists". weblink Quality is absolutely critical.
A scientist may don the programmer hat, and can come up with something that "works" well enough for his/her particular experiment. Matlab) to do things an engineer would never demand (again, e.g. Both sides have very good points.
The writer of the article should think on that before generalizing SWE's as 'idle' #26 Open Minded on 05.12.14 at 9:43 am http://yosefk.com/c++fqa/index.html Lots of open minded snark here.
But if the .text section wasn't read-only, the function would overwrite the catch block.I'll investigate further to find out where exactly ebx is overwritten but not restored. I'll also try to simplify the program further, but this is difficult as it sometimes has an impact on which of the catch handlers crashes. One of the pain points we have is that many PhD scientists are often unwilling to learn software technologies, feeling that doing so would distract from 'the science'. So having no idea what they are supposed to do they retreat into what they know, making APIs and frameworks.
If this issue is urgent, please contact support directly(http://support.microsoft.com) Sign in to post a workaround. Early in my bioinformatics career, I gave a talk to my department. Labs/centers who do not pay very competitive salaries typically recruit low-quality engineers: either fundamentally bad engineers, or relatively young engineers who could become competent, but only with mentorship (typically not available). http://xmailing.net/desperately-need/desperately-need-help-regarding-olympus-sp-700.php I fail to see the problem here, besides the scientist in question being absolute novice in any programming. (2) You don't need to be a hardcore engineer to have a few
on 05.12.14 at 1:18 pm I just don't get the problem. It's hard enough to find that kind of person for business, where it's a smaller leap. :) #22 Matt on 05.12.14 at 8:43 am #1: I think you have to remember Small changes lead to instabilities and the need to refactor or rewrite (which really begs the question of whether it's even valid science). Or go for typical map-reduce stack (like spark) if you have more questions - don't hesitate to drop me an email krzysztof.kaczmarek at me.com cheers, #62 William Payne on 08.29.16 at
A joy to work-on. Rather than defending scientists (who should be doing science) and disparaging the mediocre developers they tend to hire, we should work towards building more opportunities to create environments that attract good Writing code that is functional and effectively communicates what it does to a wide audience is *damn* hard unless the code itself is trivial. Leave a Comment Name Human? (Just type "yes" or "y") Website (optional) Search Posts Hiring (self-driving algos, HLL compiler research) Fun won't get it done The habitat of hardware bugs Looking