I just came accross some cool links today while looking for material that shows multi-core programming and how to generate an indexed triangle list from a triangle soup.
I did not know that you can setup a virtual Cell chip on your PC. This course looks interesting:
John Ratcliff's Code Suppository is a great place to find fantastic code snippets:
Here is a great paper to help with first steps in multi-core programming:
A general graphics programming course is available here:
I will provide this URL to people who ask me about how to learn graphics programming.
Hi, are you still checking your shaderX email address? I sent you a message some weeks ago but got a postmaster failed message :(
you need to send it to email@example.com ... did you use this address? It should work. I get lots of proposals for ShaderX7 through this e-mail.
Yeap, I did.
I'll try again.
You have an email.
Hope this time you receive it.
Hi, did you get my message? This time I've not received a postmaster notification.
.net .com ... sent it to both email addresses but no response ...
just use firstname.lastname@example.org to be sure :-)
Ok, check your inbox. Message sent.
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