Writing a Resume in d3.js

I decided to build out a resume on the website, and used d3.js for the majority of the visualization. While d3.js might have been a bit heavy-handed for text manipulation, it allowed some fun interactivity and chart creation. I was able to ad a ‘tabbed’ functionality for my experience lightening…

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100 Monkeys Flip 100 Light Bulbs…

I was once asked the following interview question and told to answer it programmatically and analytically. There are 100 light bulbs lined up in a row in a long room. Each bulb has its own switch and is currently switched off. The room has an entry door and an exit…

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A Lightweight Python MTG Deck Assembler

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This is a quick and dirty Python script to assemble a deck from the collection of images I gathered in the previous post. Works well and uses the Python Imaging Library (PIL). Were I to repeat this, I would strip all white space and non-alpha characters from my file names,…

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