This story is available only in the Princeton library. Those who wish to read it must check in with two forms of ID with the librarian, and are then supervised while they read the story behind the closed doors of a special reading room.
Some people have re-written them form memory, but I'd rather read straight from Salinger's manuscript.
1) Internship at NASA - spacecraft simulation, involves physics (duh) and Matlab-esque programming.
2) wxWabbitemu - finish it, and make it decent for the world to use! (Though TiLEM2 may have made this somewhat obsolete now )
3) Arduino Wifi - collaboration with geekboy to make a cheap wifi shield.
4) Mystery software project - involves C/Lua and GFX
5) Mystery hardware project - involves the above, and some sprinkles of ARM CPUs
6) College visits (bleh)
This is probably not my final list, but it's a good start of what I want to accomplish.
Regarding (2), someone (aeTIos?) was having difficulties with wxWabbitEmu just this afternoon. Regarding (6), to what schools are you applying, and for what major? (3) sounds great, and if you get it working, I hope to see gCn drivers. Good luck with the internship
Regarding (2), someone (aeTIos?) was having difficulties with wxWabbitEmu just this afternoon.
I'll (hopefully) be on the whole day, so I can try to help him It's probably a build complaint, since Buckeye kinda messed up the build system. One of the first things I want to do is to replace the build system with CMake and Premake so that building will work for everyone.
Regarding (6), to what schools are you applying, and for what major?
To be honest, I'm not terribly sure. I'd like to aim for MIT for a major in EE, Physics, Chemistry, or Engineering, but IRL if you asked me this question I'd probably list the big 10 STEM colleges... I'm still weighing my strengths, weaknesses, and options.
(3) sounds great, and if you get it working, I hope to see gCn drivers.
Definitely! I probably would need a API to work off of, but it's definitely doable!
My price goal is <=$20 (max $30), which admittingly is hard, but not impossible.
Good luck with the internship
Thanks! I've heard that the mentor I'll be getting is a really nice guy, so I'm looking forward to having fun (besides learning, of course)!
For wxWabbitEmu, I think it was actually an issue with turning the skin on and off, but I wasn't sure if you had completed implementing the skin. A maximum of $30 for a WiFi shield does indeed sound ambitious, but if you could pull it off I know you'd have a lot of happy customers.
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