It has been a few weeks since my last post. I apologize for this. Will let you know after my current quest is completed. Hopefully everything will turn out as I desire.
In the meantime I have been taking a few on-line courses.
I am almost done with the course C++20 Fundamentals by Paul J. Deitel. The course was released July, 2021 and published by Pearson3. The ISBN: 013687518. This online course is made available through O’Reilly. I am a member of the Association of Computing Machinery and have access to several O’Reilly titles. Continue reading “Bubble Sort in Java”
Yesterday I read a very interesting article “China is escalating its punishment diplomacy” by Jamil Anderlini in the Financial Times. If you did not get a chance to read it, please do so. You will be surprised how open China is manipulating politicians all over the world.
Another article of interest might be “China sharply expands mass labor program in Tibet” by Cate Cadell in Reuters. The Chinese communist government is picking up people in Tibet, teaching and deploying them to work in groups all over China. The article seems to validate the idea that the cost of manufacturing in China is going up and in order to continue to attract companies to manufacture in China, they need cheap labor. China uses a 72-hour work week which is getting expensive, and in order to continue to be the single provider of globalization, they need to get cheap labor. Continue reading “Divide Two Integers”
A few weeks ago I was looking in Amazon for books that dealt with photogrammetry. During my search some associated books showed up. After taking a look at the table of content on two that called my attention, I decided to go with both, not for depth in the subject, but to get a broad look at GIS.
One of the books I selected is titled Geographic Information Systems – An Introduction by Tor Bernhardsen published by Wiley in 2002. In chapter 10 Data Collection II, section 10.3 Photogrammetry Mapping provides a simple and high level description of the basics in the subject. To be honest, you can get a more up to date and extensive description in Wikipedia. Continue reading “Geographic Information Systems (GIS)”