Color discrimination is racism. Be it skin color or passport color.
I no longer look at the questions in stackoverflow. It is more and more becoming a task of finding duplicates of questions, rather than contributing to a good question.
I am a roboticist, specializing in embedded systems and working at Kinova.
I got my PhD working on robotic skins, both their firmware and their real-time driver/software. My bachelors had been in Software Engineering.
I'm implementing a unified interface to different real-time subsystems, called
I am also writing a compiler that reads a language derived from markdown and generates software documentation. I strongly believe DoxyGen and the like use a very bad method (documentation mixed with code). Check out the DocThis! compiler if you are interested (it works, but I still have a lot of features in mind to add to it). Here is a sample output.
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