Subject: Re: [boost] [gsoc2013] Proposal for Boost.Math Bernoulli numbers and special functions project
From: Artemy Margaritov (artemy.margaritov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-30 14:49:25
Thank you for your review!
About new chapter with brief description of code structure:
OK, I will add it. I will submit the new version of proposal draft with
this chapter tomorrow at 19 p.m. UTC.
About C++ experience:
At Intel I work on restricted project and due to Intel policy I can not
tell more than I work at software and service group.
I can add only that my responsibility at Intel is C++ programming and I am
profound user of c++. Is that enough?
About proposal at Google's melange site:
OK, I will add numbers to formula in my PDF proposal and start to make text
proposal at Google's melange site.
On 30 April 2013 20:59, Christopher Kormanyos <e_float_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > Hi folks!
> > I want to provide my proposal for Boost.Math Bernoulli numbers and
> > functions poject to the Boost community.
> > Please, lets discuss it! I will be grateful for your advices.
> > Best regards, Artemy Margaritov
> Hello Artemy.
> I suggest you add an additional chapter between
> chapters 2 and 3.
> The new chapter should be a short description of
> how you intend to solve the problem in Boost.
> How do you anticipate coding it very briefly?
> Do you have any details about design choices?
> I also suggest that you indicate more clearly
> in the experience sections that you have done
> a lot of C++ coding in a practical, hands-on
> environment at Intel. I recall that the code
> sample your submitted was excellent.
> So you should state your relatively high
> experience level more clearly.
> Other than that, you need to post your
> proposal at Google's melange site.
> Some candidates are having difficulties
> posting detailed mathematical equations,
> so you may need to post a text-based version
> at melange and provide a link to the full PDF
> version at another location. You can cross-reference
> the formulas with equation numbers.
> You need to post your proposal relatively soon,
> since the deadline is coming up in a few days.
> Good luck.
> Please get back to us with any further questions.
> Sincerely, Chris.
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-- Best regards, Artemy Margaritov
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