Website development occupies a significant portion of my time spent working with computers as evidenced by the number of active research and teaching projects in which I am engaged. So any tool that can enhance my productivity in this area is greatly valued. Here is a sampling of the tools that I find useful in… Continue reading Website development tools
I am coaching a team of students preparing to put their programming skills to the test in the 2008 ACM Southeast USA Regional competition and then hopefully onto the world finals in Stockholm, Sweeden. Today we solved a practice problem from the 2006 regional competition. Check out the ACM programming page for details, the problem,… Continue reading ACM Programming Practice
I have switched to a blog format for my entire website, so check back often for updates. The site map that you see on the left will remain relatively static, so start there if you are looking for specific information about me or my work. There is also a search box in the upper right.… Continue reading Revamped website, current projects
With one assignment due in my Intro to Computer Science class tonight and another due tomorrow in my Computer Architecture class, I was quite the popular professor this afternoon. At one point, I left one student I was helping in the lab to answer the phone, which happened to be another student calling for help,… Continue reading Busy day
My name is Brian Toone, and I am an assistant professor at Samford University, where I am involved in an exciting teaching and research program in the Math and Computer Science department. Samford is located in my hometown of Birmingham, Alabama in the “Heart of Dixie”. I graduated with a Ph.D. from the University of… Continue reading Hello world!