If you’re working on some C++ code and you need to sort the elements in a container which provides random access, like a std::vector, the simplest and quickest option is using the function std::sort from the <algorithm> functions. In this post I’m showing … Continue reading →
This is the second update of a series of posts dedicated to tracking and analysing the Android version distribution over time. The time frame considered in this update covers the last 2 years of Android: December 2012 to December 2014.
Last Friday 14th of November my Google+ community dedicated to Rugby Union reached and passed the 4,000 members mark! At the time of writing we are the biggest and most active rugby community on Google+ with 4,025 members and 3,827 posts.
The rise of free and social games in the mobile era has introduced a new jargon which mixes terms and acronyms from many different fields like advertising, marketing and data analysis. Such terms and acronyms are mostly used to describe how … Continue reading →
Last Thursday the Webb Ellis Cup was at the Liverpool Street station in London to promote the Official Rugby World Cup 2015 Hospitality Programme. I was lucky enough to be around the station for work that day so I decided to bring my … Continue reading →