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Chris Maughan

A coder for NVIDIA, and triathlete when my body lets me. I like to learn new things.

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2015

Portable Jekyll

This blog now runs on github pages. It wasn’t too bad to move, and I’m loving that I can tweak it really easily. I used Portable Jekyll, which is easily th...

2014

Efficiency Factor

In my last post, I showed the results of FTP test measurement.  Here I’m trying to measure my Aerobic Efficiency.  To calculate this, I did a 10 minute warm-...

Wattbike FTP

As I recover from a frozen shoulder I’ve been working on building up my fitness, primarily on the bike trainer.  It’s easier to pedal a bike than run or swim...

Nanovg

Nanovg is a nice little vector 2D rendering library.  I wrote a D3D11 backend for it a while back – you can get in from my fork on github, and it is now up t...

Jorvik Scheme

I had a brief dalliance with Lisp earlier in the year, and finally got around to cleaning up and putting my little Scheme Interpreter on Github this weekend....

Boardz Sunsetting…

Please note that the Boardz Server will be decommissioned before the end of the year.  The financial reality is that the server costs far outstrip the sales....

2013

Ironman UK 2013

I’m on the second lap of the bike course of Ironman UK 2013, and I’ve decided to stop.  It’s been a great day so far, but I’m pretty certain that I can’t mak...

2012

A History of Boardz, Part 3

This is the final part of my posts on the history of Boardz.  I’m going to talk about the artwork and the server.

2011

A History of Boardz, Part 2

In part 1 I covered the development of Boardz up to shipping the first version.  I’d like to talk a little bit about the resulting reviews, and how these for...

A History of Boardz, Part 1

Back in September 2008, while the stock markets were crashing due to the banking fiasco, I started to think more seriously about ways to boost my income, in ...