Since the combination of OS X, Scala, and IntelliJ appear to be a moving target in the development world, I figured I'd go ahead and jot down how I got them up and running on my MacBook Pro. First things first, I used IntelliJ 13 (Community Edition), with Scala 2.10.3, which I installed using Homebrew (I will detail it below). In addition, I'm using the latest Java 7 JDK for Mac OS X from Oracle.
Here are some notes for an XBMC 12.2 (Frodo) install job that I did for a buddy of mine on his ASRock ION 330HT. We were both a little nervous about performing a full upgrade, but due to smart partitioning, everything upgraded perfectly.
Here's what I did...
Select your CUDA Device§
While conducting research on my thesis, there were several times where I wanted to test the efforts of my work on different CUDA cards. Luckily, I had access to a machine that contains 4 different CUDA cards, ranging from a GTX 480, to a Tesla C2050, to a Kepler K20Xm (there are two of these). This is all according to nvidia-smi of course.
For those of you who don't know, I'm currently pursuing my Masters in Computer Science. Part of this undertaking requires me to complete a thesis.
I use W3 Total Cache for all my of my website caching needs and usually it works great. There have been a few problems with the latest release, but that is for another post.
This took me too damn long to figure out in Python, so a quick note.
iOS 6 has been all over the news recently with botched promises and new features (culminating in the new Maps application and the removal of a native YouTube app).
With the release of iOS 6, a number of my friends and colleagues are jumping on the update bandwagon. I went ahead and did the same thing, but I heard some horror stories about people losing access to their email (those who had Gmail anyways) and the Youtube app disappearing (a "feature" touted in the iOS 6 release party).
I started this blog because I knew that I already had the resources available (considering that my other site is fully up and running, adubvideo.net) and sometimes I need a place to put my random thoughts and a few of the things that I learn while adventuring through the precarious world of technology.