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Distortion-Oriented Displays

Monday, April 1st, 1996

Interacting with Distortion-Oriented Displays Presented at Singapore Conference on Human Computer Interaction by co-author Ying Leung. A study into novel ways to present a large map of information on a normal display where both the entire global picture and local detail can be seen at the same time.  It objectively compared navigation speed of several […]

Master of Information Technology

Friday, December 1st, 1995

Finished my year long Master of Information Technology course at Swinburne University of Technology. Dual Major: Software Engineering (Distinction) Human Computer Interaction (High Distinction) Did some really cool stuff: used C++ a lot, learnt all about Design Patterns by studying the Gamma et al text, did a couple of projects using object databases using Objective […]

Bachelor Applied Science (Computer Science)

Monday, November 1st, 1982

Finished my Bachelor Applied Science (Computer Science) at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) Majored in Software Engineering with a High Distinction at the end of it. Course was very wide ranging covering topics such as: Accounting/Business Systems Basic digital electronics, logic circuits, microprocessors interfacing Programming (Pascal, COBOL, Fortran) Systems Analysis Advanced Mathematics Database systems […]

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