I recently completed a project at work that was a redesign of an existing website. There were lots of non-code activities involved in this project, so I thought it may be interesting to visualize the project from the code’s perspective to see what transpired where the rubber meets the road.
There’s a mobile app that I’m working on that will be performing complex queries against a database that is exposed via an OData api. One small hitch is that the mobile app is not allowed to access the OData api directly, but I can implement a proxy that will have
Advent Of Code is an advent calendar that counts down to Christmas. Instead of having small doors that reveal treats as you count down the days, Advent Of Code has a new coding puzzle each day. I participated in 2015 and had been waiting all year for it to start
With the 2016 Olympic Games fast approaching, I decided to make an app for my new Pebble Time watch that would allow me to keep up with the medal count for each country as the games progress. This idea seemed simple at first, but led me through some interesting puzzles that I
I picked up a Pebble Time watch today and wanted to get my feet wet developing apps for it. I chose to do a simple watchface as a first project. All native apps for the Pebble watches are written in the C programming language which I have a bit of
Abstract: In recent years, the collection of genomic data has skyrocketed and databases of genomic data are growing at a faster rate than ever before. Although many computational methods have been developed to interpret these data, they tend to struggle to process the ever increasing file sizes that are being
RandomBerryPi My Raspberry Pi likes to pick (pseudo)random things, so I’ve built a couple of programs that allow it to do just that. I setup the Twitter account @RandomBerryPi so that it can share everything it does with the world. I have created two programs so far that run on