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OpenGL - The Industry Standard for High Performance Graphics Another OpenGL 4.2 Extension Is Hitting Mesa Category: Developers • Comments Permalink Jan 15, 2014 Francisco Jerez has begun landing his driver patches into mainline Mesa for supporting the GL_ARB_shader_image_load_store extension as mandated by the OpenGL 4.2 specification.

OpenGL - The Industry Standard for High Performance Graphics

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Python Programming Language -- Official Website

Python Programming Language -- Official Website
pyglet pyglet pyglet: a cross-platform windowing and multimedia library for Python. news pyglet 1.2 alpha released. The major 1.2alpha1 release brings pyglet to Python 3. Pyglet now also runs on 64-bit operating systems Linux, Windows and OS X.

Human–computer interaction

Human–computer interaction A woman teaching girls in Afghanistan how to use computers. Human use of computers is a major focus of the field of HCI. Because human–computer interaction studies a human and a machine in conjunction, it draws from supporting knowledge on both the machine and the human side. On the machine side, techniques in computer graphics, operating systems, programming languages, and development environments are relevant.
Python GStreamer Reference Manual
Page 2 - Fundamentals (of Linux Networking) We’ve discussed the concept of two or more computers communicating over a network, and we’ve discussed the concept of abstracting the low-level concerns of internetworking so that as far as one computer is concerned, the other computer could be located nearby or on the other side of the world. Because every packet contains the address of the source and the destination, the actual physical distance between two network nodes really doesn’t matter, as long as a transmission path can be found between them. Sounds good, but how does one computer find the other? How does one node on the network “call” another node? Page 2 - Fundamentals (of Linux Networking)
GStreamer Application Development Manual (0.10.29)