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Julien Couvreur's programming blog and more



This blog is an experiment. I want to make it a tool to share my experiences and discoveries. Here are some background information about me and some insights on what this blog might contain.

I'm 26 years old and I work as software engineer. I did most of my studies back in France, were I come from.
Although I was in touch with computers early, they became a passion pretty late. My background is otherwise pretty scientific, and I am still intensly curious about Maths, Physics, Medecine and other scientific fields.
As any human, I also have interest in sociological and psychological matters, but with no or very little formal education.

I plan on using this blog to share some of things I find both in life and in the cyberspace. I love to discover and learn stuff, but teaching and sharing is what I enjoy best right after.
Some of my spare time I use to develop some personal software. It's usually for fun, but most of them have either a concrete use to me or represented something of a challenge. I'll probably write about these projects in these pages.
As any software engineer, I keep wandering and exploring the web. Lots of cool stuff I find through other people's blogs and some I find by myself. In any case, some of these nuggets will make it to these pages too.
Also, I expect to write about some books or movies, or maybe even work (who knows).

Anyway all this is likely to evolve, so stay tuned.
I'll set up a public email address soon, in case you want to contact me.

In the meanwhile, some pointers to my other sites:
- eBookmarks
- CVS repository



Would you kindly send me the source code for Graffiti HandWriting Recognition system for a Java Applet

Posted by: SHRINIVAS G ALAGERI at May 8, 2004 04:05 AM

Shrinivas, some details on the Java applet are available at
I sent you an email with the same info. Basically, get the applet from Palm and de-compile it.

Posted by: Dumky at May 11, 2004 06:17 PM
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