Brian Broom

Raleigh, NC

brianbroom.com

Age: 42

Long time tinkering programmer, I've done professional work in web design and web application development and research work using parallel techniques in physics simulations. I'm currently teaching physics, computer science, and iPhone programming at a high school.

Mar
22
answered Xcode- Deleted images appear in simulator
Dec
5
comment Complex Game AI for Turn-based Strategy Games
Bayesian based doohicky - awesome
Dec
5
answered Objective-C C Style Functions
Oct
12
awarded Autobiographer
Oct
11
comment Space partitioning when everything is moving
I used something similar to this in calculating data based on simulated atom positions. It sped up a calculation that took hours/days and turned it into minutes. It is a bit complicated to setup.
Aug
8
comment How to get the reading of deciBels from iOS AVAudioRecorder in a correct scale?
the middle part of your expression is log10( powf( 10, avgPow/20 ) ). Isn't this the same thing as avgPow/20 since the log and pow cancel?
Jul
23
answered 2D Circular View/Background Wrapping SDL for Game
Jul
8
answered Row selection when dragging over a UITableView with scrolling disabled
Jun
21
answered XCode - Objective C: Deleting Table row crash
Jun
19
comment Set UIButton title to selected table cell
When you load the new data, what should the button text be, and should the previously selected row stay selected?
Jun
18
answered Understanding UITableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier - returns cell even on the first call
Jun
18
answered How to create a calendar like this
Jan
22
comment Bootstrap buttons have strange artifact on right edge
I noticed it on a static navbar (not fixed-top). In my case it is fine at some widths, and bad at others (just like above image). This is a stock download from a couple of weeks ago.
Dec
17
comment Crash when using Cocos2d
CCCallFunc calls a selector, CCCallFuncN calls a selector with the Node as a parameter. As I understand it, if you just need to run a method, CallFunc is fine, but if you need to run something for this element (that just finished moving, say) then you use CallFuncN so you have a reference to that node.
Dec
17
answered Crash when using Cocos2d
Dec
15
awarded Autobiographer
Dec
15
awarded Autobiographer
Dec
13
awarded Analytical
Dec
12
awarded Supporter
Dec
11
awarded Teacher
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