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Occupation:
Analyst, Consultant, Software Developer
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Systems and requirements analysis
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
ASP, C, C++, C#, Erlang, HTML, Java, Javascript, Ruby, SQL, XML, Other
Website:
http://member.acm.org/~d.chung
Secondary Website:
http://identi.ca/d6chung

Latest Activity

David Chung commented on Douglas Ching's blog post Free Developer Tools on Windows
"vim all the way! viemu on Visual Studio! Every time I try a different editor, I always seem to revert back to vim... cygwin is also on my list of must-haves for Windows environments -- that is how I git and ssh in Windows."
Aug 13, 2015
David Chung's blog post was featured

Continuous Delivery with WordPress

As a continuation of my blog posts regarding continuous delivery, I shall explore the continuous delivery options for WordPress websites since I was recently been involved in such a project.One changing component of a WordPress website is its templates, which are written in PHP. This PHP source can be version controlled quite easily and integrated with a continuous delivery system.However, another changing component of a WordPress website is its plugins and their configurations, which are…See More
Aug 3, 2015
David Chung posted a blog post

Continuous Delivery with WordPress

As a continuation of my blog posts regarding continuous delivery, I shall explore the continuous delivery options for WordPress websites since I was recently been involved in such a project.One changing component of a WordPress website is its templates, which are written in PHP. This PHP source can be version controlled quite easily and integrated with a continuous delivery system.However, another changing component of a WordPress website is its plugins and their configurations, which are…See More
Aug 3, 2015
David Chung's blog post was featured

Spaceballs

I like to hone my problem-solving skills by going over some programming contest questions and I also like to use programming contest problems in interviews because it allows me to gauge whether the candidate is a just a coder or a problem solver. That's not to say that if you can't come up with a correct solution, you aren't a problem solver -- if I'm the interviewer, I'm more interested in how you approach the problem and whether you can break up and present the problem in an abstract…See More
Jun 9, 2015
David Chung posted a blog post

Spaceballs

I like to hone my problem-solving skills by going over some programming contest questions and I also like to use programming contest problems in interviews because it allows me to gauge whether the candidate is a just a coder or a problem solver. That's not to say that if you can't come up with a correct solution, you aren't a problem solver -- if I'm the interviewer, I'm more interested in how you approach the problem and whether you can break up and present the problem in an abstract…See More
Jun 8, 2015
David Chung commented on Douglas Ching's blog post A Look at Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10061
"@Joel: In the context of the blog post, when I say "finally gets workspaces", I am referring to native implementation, which is in fact a new Windows feature in a sense that you could simply enable it without a hack. Sorry for not making…"
May 6, 2015
David Chung commented on Douglas Ching's blog post A Look at Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10061
"Wow! Windows finally gets workspaces! Now it just needs package management adoption and concurrent sessions."
Apr 29, 2015
David Chung posted a blog post

C# Architecture Preference

Having worked on many software projects written in C#, I've come to prefer certain conventions when creating the architecture of a C# project. In this highly opinionated blog post, I will share these personal preferences, which I hope may be of some value to the reader.Single Solution, Multiple ProjectsIf possible, I prefer not to hunt down projects that ultimately make up the product. If a product is a collection of projects, then I think this should be bundled as a Visual Studio solution.With…See More
Apr 13, 2015
David Chung commented on David Chung's blog post ArchISO with Broadcom Drivers
"There is a nice page describing the other distros in comparison with ArchLinux: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_compared_to_other_distributions For me, personally, I like the bleeding-edge nature of ArchLinux and having complete control of…"
Feb 17, 2015
Joseph Lui commented on David Chung's blog post ArchISO with Broadcom Drivers
"Nice, what's the draw of ArchLinux over the other popular flavors?"
Feb 17, 2015
David Chung's blog post was featured

ArchISO with Broadcom Drivers

As a reference for myself in the future and for others who may find this information useful, this blog post describes my experience with installing ArchLinux on a machine that requires Broadcom wireless drivers for Wi-Fi and Ethernet isn't available.I recently decided to install ArchLinux on my Dell Inspiron 1525, which in the past I had to connect the computer…See More
Feb 16, 2015
David Chung posted a blog post

ArchISO with Broadcom Drivers

As a reference for myself in the future and for others who may find this information useful, this blog post describes my experience with installing ArchLinux on a machine that requires Broadcom wireless drivers for Wi-Fi and Ethernet isn't available.I recently decided to install ArchLinux on my Dell Inspiron 1525, which in the past I had to connect the computer…See More
Feb 16, 2015
David Chung commented on David Chung's blog post Continuous Delivery with Ruby on Rails and Heroku
"CruiseControl is pretty simple to set up and it's free. It offers simple reporting options and for my needs at the time, I found it to be suitable. I'm familiar with other proprietary CI solutions such as JetBrain's TeamCity and…"
Dec 22, 2014
David Chung posted a blog post

Continuous Delivery with Ruby on Rails and Heroku

So I figured that as a follow-up of my overview on continuous delivery, I shall present past experiences of establishing such systems in various environments.Version control systems (VCS) and continuous integration systems (CIS) are essential to me in software development so I like to set up a system to provide these features before I am involved with a software project.I've been recently working with…See More
Dec 22, 2014
David Chung commented on Douglas Ching's blog post 10 of My Debugging Tricks
"My go-to advice is to use version control with continuous integration even on your development branch and submit small changes. Go as atomic as you can. Made a name change? Submit it. The expression is now a multiplication? Submit it. Added a new…"
Nov 9, 2014
David Chung's blog post was featured

The Neglected Requirements Process

In my experience with software development thus far, I find that requirements analysis is often overlooked or completely ignored. I believe that by not spending some time understanding the need for the software that's about to built, the developers may really be building an inferior product, which in the end is costly for the stakeholders of the project.From my experience, there is often the misconception that the requirements process, in which requirements are discovered, is a slow process and…See More
Oct 21, 2014

David Chung's Blog

Continuous Delivery with WordPress

As a continuation of my blog posts regarding continuous delivery, I shall explore the continuous delivery options for WordPress websites since I was recently been involved in such a project.

One changing component of a WordPress website is its templates, which are written in PHP. This PHP source can be version controlled quite easily and integrated with a continuous delivery system.

However, another changing component of a WordPress website is its plugins and their…

Continue

Posted on August 3, 2015 at 8:48am

Spaceballs

I like to hone my problem-solving skills by going over some programming contest questions and I also like to use programming contest problems in interviews because it allows me to gauge whether the candidate is a just a coder or a problem solver. That's not to say that if you can't come up with a correct solution, you aren't a problem solver -- if I'm the interviewer, I'm more interested in how you approach the problem and whether you can break up and present the problem in an abstract…

Continue

Posted on June 8, 2015 at 12:00am

C# Architecture Preference

Having worked on many software projects written in C#, I've come to prefer certain conventions when creating the architecture of a C# project. In this highly opinionated blog post, I will share these personal preferences, which I hope may be of some value to the reader.

Single Solution, Multiple Projects

If possible, I prefer not to hunt down projects that ultimately make up the product. If a product is a collection of projects, then I think this should be bundled as a Visual…

Continue

Posted on April 13, 2015 at 12:02am

ArchISO with Broadcom Drivers

As a reference for myself in the future and for others who may find this information useful, this blog post describes my experience with installing ArchLinux on a machine that requires Broadcom wireless drivers for Wi-Fi and Ethernet isn't available.

I recently decided to install ArchLinux on my…

Continue

Posted on February 16, 2015 at 12:15am — 2 Comments

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