Open source, Open mind.

Why I love Computer Programming



Ever since I got my first computer a Nintendo Entertainment System I have been fascinated with software. Now many years later software runs the world. Everything from your microwave to your smart phone contains computers. My first desktop computer I got in the 6th grade it was a 486 DX2 66 MHZ Packard Bell. I first got my feet wet with programming with Visual Basic 3.0.

Programming to me is a art form. Instead of drawing with pencils or painting with a brush I use my thoughts to create code that makes the computer do different things. Coming up with new algorithms is like a form of mathematical poetry that flows from ones mind. Programming gives me a purpose in life and a reason to continue studying, reading and learning.

I learned to program through trial and error experiences. I read a lot of books and practiced what I read. It took a lot of effort to be able to just open up an IDE and start programming off the top of my head. I have made a lot of projects and learned a lot from them. A lot of the time the purpose of these projects was to learn and not exactly to make a program for other people to use. It takes experience to be a good programmer and I did not like school so I would just come up with projects to help me understand certain concepts and ideas.

Writing software makes me happy. It is a great stress reliever when you get to work on something that is fun versus for work or school. It makes it easier to code when you enjoy the project your working on.

All in all programming is something very fun and exciting. There is always something new to learn and the amount of books to read seems endless. It makes life exciting when your learning new things and creating programs that use these technologies. I would recommend to anyone to learn coding. It may be difficult at first but like anything worthwhile it is worth the effort.

Keep coding,

- Jared Bruni

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UPDATE @ Wed Jun 14 09:04:55 PDT 2017
Added new version of Acid Cam v2.1.9. New filters/menu design. Download.

UPDATE @ Sun May 14 09:59:54 PDT 2017
Acid Cam for macOS supports 4K resolution so added a sample in 4K on YouTube. Acid Cam v2 Qt is now supported on Raspberry Pi 3/Raspbian.

UPDATE @ Sun Jan 8 10:58:07 PST 2017
Added new version of Acid Cam (v2.1.1) and a few new blog posts. Be sure to check out my GitHub page.

UPDATE @ Thu Dec 15 16:42:56 PST 2016
Updated bug report page with current projects on GitHub. Been working on Acid Cam v2.1.0 and adding new videos to the YouTube channel.

UPDATE @ Sun Jun 19 00:37:30 PDT 2016
Added XChip project to the blog I helped work on with my friend on GitHub.

UPDATE @ Thu Apr 7 11:56:17 PDT 2016
Added new version of Acid Cam for MacOS X.

UPDATE @ Wed Apr 6 08:52:07 PDT 2016
You can now download Acid Cam from Google Play.

UPDATE @ Fri Apr 1 09:59:08 PDT 2016
Finally signed up for twitter you can follow me here.

UPDATE @ Wed Oct 28 10:45:42 PDT 2015
This site now has a BitTorrent Tracker so I can share larger files.

UPDATE @ Sat Sep 12 04:07:24 PDT 2015
Added fixed versions of Super Stoner 420 and Apps collection that fix the issues with the software when running on MacOS X Yosemite.

UPDATE @ Mon Jun 15 15:35:52 PDT 2015
Spent a long time trying to figure out why OpenCV would not compile on Yosemite. Figured it out and statically linked Acid Cam VR 1.1 with the libraries so you no longer need the MacPorts version of OpenCV installed to /opt/local for it work. It should work as long as you have the Oculus Runtime.

UPDATE @ Sat Jun 6 16:11:40 PDT 2015
Added Acid Cam VR for Oculus Rift DK2 to the site with a version for Windows and MacOS X.

UPDATE @ Sun May 17 14:39:14 PDT 2015
It seems the first version of Acid Cam (1.7.7) is incompatible with MacOS X Yosemite for some reason. So if you using Yosemite just pick up version 2 of the program.

UPDATE @ Tue May 12 14:48:53 PDT 2015
Bad news, seems apple deprecated and now dropped support for one of the libraries that SDL 1.2 that I used to compile the majority of the games on this site. So that means I have to recompile and repackage the majority of these programs to get them to work on Yosemite. So the last version supported was 10.9.

UPDATE @ Fri May 8 10:30:56 PDT 2015
Added our first program for the Oculus 2. It requires that you at least have have the Oculus 2 Runtime.

UPDATE @ Wed Feb 11 11:24:23 PST 2015
Added a few new posts to my blog and have been adding new examples to my C++11 Repository

UPDATE @ Sat Dec 13 17:27:03 PST 2014
Added up to date version of Acid Cam 2 for Microsoft Windows.

UPDATE @ Wed Dec 10 11:12:16 PST 2014
The Site has been redesigned and its looking great. Thanks to my friend Daniel Daley who designed the page.

UPDATE @ Thu Oct 9 11:12:06 PDT 2014
Added a image file with the different LostSideDead graphics programs I have created. AlphaFlame HD Launcher needs to be copied to /Applications .

UPDATE @ Thu Oct 2 17:32:12 PDT 2014
Added a new version of Acid Cam v2.0.17 for Ubuntu Linux

UPDATE @ Fri Sep 19 15:19:11 PDT 2014
Made this music video with Alpha Flame HD quite a while ago, check it out!

UPDATE @ Fri Sep 12 14:56:55 PDT 2014
Added a compressed Archive containing the source code for Acid Cam 2 to the site.

UPDATE @ Thu Sep 11 14:51:50 PDT 2014
Added a video demonstration of Acid Cam for iPhone.

UPDATE @ Fri Aug 29 12:20:41 PDT 2014
Updated Acid Cam to version 2.0.16. Added all the filters from AF_Filter and you can now jump to any frame when processing a video.

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