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An Adventure in Porting a Java Applet to Android with no Previous Experience with Android

, 17 Oct 2011
Impact Physics walkthrough
Impact.zip
ImpactPhysics.zip
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About the Author

Ed Korsberg
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
During working hours is a real time firmware developer for custom ASIC's in embedded systems. Writes C/C++/C# code in his sleep and is moderately proficient in Java, Python, hardware description languages and other obscure domain specific languages. Deals with nano/microsecond data propagation delay paths, cache line hit/miss ratios, multicore asic design, etc.
However for fun likes to dabble in the new technologies of the day and deals at higher level software engineering aspects.
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