Academic Research for Darrell Ulm: Microsoft Research: Stream PRAM

The link

Darrell Ulm Paper for Stream PRAM at Research-Microsoft Site

contains Computer Science research papers that were/are co-written by Darrell Ulm, and listed in Microsoft Research on the topics of parallel processing and algorithms concerning the computation model for Stream PRAM.

The results of the research are primarily theoretical instead of dealing with parallel programming.

There are other links to this content here: Tumblr, Blogger, Profile.


GitHub Darrell Ulm Profile Link

Github is taking over the online software development repository sphere, and certainly have a huge market share of all online managed software projects, Open Source and proprietary.

Here is the Github account profile page with source code in C#, C/C++, PHP, ASM and others for Darrell Ulm and other links to this information can be found at the folowing: Profile, Tumblr and Blogger.

GitHub is a great tool for software development making most tasks more streamlined and helping multi-developer projects come together more cleanly with a smooth workflow.


Drupal Profile: Darrell Ulm

The link below is for the Drupal Profile for Darrell Ulm, a Drupal user and code contributor for over 10 years.

The profile here Drupal Profile link for Darrell Ulm, contains information about projects such as the project using the Google API for Books (i.e. Google Books), content access restriction modules such as IP Path Access and FileField Role Limit, and other modules coded primarily in PHP/MySQL.

To find this post information organized by different but similar sites, see SuperPowerPlanet, Blogger, and the Tumblr site.

Also have Acquia Certified Developer status now as can be seen here.

Google Books by Darrell Ulm, Drupal 7 Module

Link to Drupal 7 module by Darrell Ulm, Google Books

The Google Books module for Drupal 7 is an input filter module that takes titles, authors, ISBN and other Library of Congress ids and pulls book data into Google Books based on information given to the input filter, i.e. the information between square brackets with the google_books: filter tag.

Example: [google_books:search string]