What’s the difference anyways?
Floating point bugs are subtle, but preventable with the right know-how
A lot has changed in the .NET world recently. How should a project be started from scratch?
FuzzDotNet is a tool for .NET which enables fuzzing to be used alongside unit tests.
Roommate Predictor is an AI which predicts the author of my roommate’s text messages.
Digits is an android app designed to make engineering and scientific calculations easier.
DogEars is a low-cost ADC for the BeagleBone designed for use in sonar applications.
This post describes Cheerios, a verified library for serialization in Coq.
FPGA Pong is an implementation of Breakout for a Cyclone V FPGA. It implements both the game logic and 3-bit color VGA display drivers.
Checkers AI is a program which can play checkers against a human. It has a simple UI and an AI to play against named Steven.
Emergence is an RTS game developed in 48 hours for Ludum Dare 30, Theme: Connected Worlds.
Stars is an android live wallpaper that uses parallax to create depth among a bunch of small stars.
Scoutr is an android app designed to help record information about other team’s FRC robots.
LaunchChord is an application which allows a Novation Launchpad to function as a grid keyboard for a synthesizer/DAW.
Arbor Vitae, meaning tree of life in latin, is an image generator aimed at generating trees.
Tiny Boxes is a puzzle game made in python over 48 hours for Ludum Dare 23, Theme: Small World
Conway is an implementation of the Game of Life as proposed by John Conway. It was written in python using pygame.
Calculator Hero is a rhythm game made for the TI-83 graphing calculator.
Ask is a plugin designed to allow admins of busy servers to help more people.
Camels is an game created for a science class, which simulates evolution on a small population of camels.
This is the first program I wrote.