Training a neural network to "translate" Pokemon into different elemental types!
Alessia builds her own ortholinear keyboard!
This post explains how Valerie used NLP techniques in Python to identify invented words in texts (e.g. Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky").
The first in a series of posts exploring the innards of Mercurial, and how it stores repository data.
Anushri and Nick worked together to implement Redux from scratch to learn how it works. They wrote up a very helpful README for anyone else looking to try it themselves.
Flowsheets is a prototype programming environment that lets you see the data your program outputs as you make it.
An analysis of Border Gateway Protocol propagation and drift.
Saul designed a plaintext file format for crossword puzzles and a data pipeline to compile a dataset of over 70,000 puzzles.
This talk is an overview of how they did this and discovered a large-scale plagiarism scandal.
The popular crackle pop program implemented in two languages but one single file. Useless & funny!
A talk about the joy of drawing, diagramming, and documentation workflows