Fallout 4 the Massive Role Playing Video Game

Fallout 4 Cover Art

Announced back in June 3, 2015, Fallout 4 developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks is the block buster squeal open world action role-playing video game to Fallout 3.

The game was released a few days ago for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and has received favorable reviews from around. Continue reading

Rise of the Tomb Raider GamePlay

Tomb Raider

Packed with lots of action and stunning graphics, Rise of the Tomb Raider has certainly not disappointed. As usual Lara Croft is back foraging exotic and ancient lands for relics and artifacts and having to deal with booby traps, villains and natural disasters.

Besides being a great game, Tomb Raider is unfortunately riding in the shadows of Fallout 4, the all our big boy of video games which was also released on the same day. Rise of the Tomb Raider is available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows. Continue reading

Jetson TX1, the Little Super Computer From NVIDIA

Jetson TX1 Module

There is a high-performance, low-energy computing module and platform ideal for learning and computer vision. That is the NVIDIA Jetson TX1.

Jetson TX1 is also suitable for compute-intensive embedded projects like drones, autonomous robotic systems, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), mobile medical imaging, Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) and more. Continue reading

The C++ Standardization Committee C++17 Progress Update

Ye another meeting has been completed by the C++ Standardization Committee. This meeting was held in Kona, Hawaii and brings us closer to the final report on C++17.

Stephan T. Lavavej a senior developer for Visual C++ libraries at Microsoft has compiled this information from the meeting in an easy to digest format. Follow the link above to get the details.

The next meeting will be held in Jacksonville, Florida, USA from Feb 29 to Mar 5 2016.

rr 4.0 Released for General Availability

Birds eye view of Lake Eola Orlando, Florida

Mozilla has announced the release of rr 4.0.The latest release of this tool includes a lot of performance and architectural improvements, bug and stability fixes as well as additional hardware, kernel and application compatibility.

rr is an open source low overhead record-and-replay debugging tool by Mozilla that is especially good for large C++ applications. Continue reading