June 13th 2013
January 22nd 2013
May 22nd 2012
How to explain the different kind of audio effects and how to understand what their use is? Although I learnt a lot by practice, there is sometimes the need for some theory and for experiments. I tried to find a book that matches these two points: good theory and proper practice. I’ve chosen this book, with tracks on a CD for experimentation. Was it really what I was looking for?
February 7th 2012
I think I’ve said it already, I have a rock band. Currently, we are recording our first album, and while we used Traktion in the past, I’m considering moving to Sonar (it is continuously updated and has a great reputation, also I’ve played a few time in the past with its ancestor Cakewalk).
So let’s talk about the book’s comprehensive guide.
January 24th 2012
October 25th 2011
A colleague of mine give me this book, as I use “third generation” VCSs. I decided to check on the author approach on Version Control and his opinion on the matter. The book explores the different approaches of the latest VCS tools, with their advantages and drawbacks. Also, it delves into some algorithmic designs of Distributed VCSs. I’ve already discussed some of these tools, but the book is not a flame war against one DVCS, but more an explanation of all of them.
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September 20th 2011
July 5th 2011
June 28th 2011
In the new C++ standard, multithread finally appears, with the old standard supported with TR2. This new addition has numerous implications on how programs are coded, and there are of course almost no book on this matter. This one is an exception.
Note: this review is not based on the final version that is now available (June the 28th), but on the MEAP one. There may be some differences between the final draft and the one I based my review on, although I don’t expect many, and certainly not any huge change.
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June 7th 2011