Author Archives: David Poeschl

Last Friday (January 20, 2012) marked the first Programming Team practice at the University of Akron this year. The topic was Solving Problems Quickly (link shows the problems we worked on and a couple sample solutions). Background If you’re not … Continue reading

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The University of Akron competed in the ACM East Coast North America Regional last weekend. The ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition is held yearly, with Regional events taking place all across the world including 11 regionals in the United States. … Continue reading

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The 2nd Annual University of Akron Programming Competition took place on Saturday, April 30th, 2011. There were 6 teams in attendance made up of current UAkron students (although we’re considering opening up the event to other schools in the future). … Continue reading

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Click the video to watch! I’m back from MIX11 in Las Vegas, which was absolutely awesome. My talk about Windows Phone 7 App Analytics is linked above, but can also be found at its official home on the Channel 9 … Continue reading

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I’ll be speaking at Microsoft’s MIX Event (April 12-14) in Las Vegas as one of 11 selected “Open Call” sessions. The session is titled “Who Would Pay For That Feature? Adding Analytics to Your Windows Phone 7 Applications.” I’ll be … Continue reading

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The UAkron Programming Team had its first practice of the new year last night. I’m very excited for this semester — we have a number of first year competitors who are learning the ropes and a solid group of veterans … Continue reading

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I recently launched PointingAtThings.com, a pretty simple website that allows people to upload pictures of themselves or their friends pointing at things in pictures. Website viewers are presented with two images of people pointing at things and may choose which … Continue reading

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