At once a brilliant way to explore networking and concurrency, and a thought-provoking meditation on how we communicate online.
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A common misconception about Haskell is that it can only be used for doing functional programming. This is not the case, as Haskell makes a great imperative language as well!
i woke up in a city id never been to before. what a startling feeling. i def needed a map.
An in-depth exploration and discussion of how to more efficiently transfer data to an Apple IIe via its audio interface.
This blog post (and the others on Katie's blog) makes the idea of building your own database seem accessible and interesting!
This is an exploration into which sigmoid curves are most suitable for music synthesis. An ideal curve should have a nice clean spectrum, and of course be lightning fast to compute.
I’ve continued to build on my experiments with two-dimensional generative art using Clojure. Here’s my latest batch of experiments: procedural generation of some squiggly lines. My favorites from this set look sort of like fractal street maps.
For those entering the field of computer science, Dijkstra's algorithm is seen as mystical and beyond the understanding of us mere mortals. In this post, I will break it down to its pieces and show its surprisingly simplicity and elegance.