I’m in the process of writing a book. It’s trying to explain what cryptocurrencies are, what they’re useful for and why they exist—in an approachable manner. It’s free to read online. Created with pollen using the lisp Racket.
This is a somewhat curated list of my projects. You can find more on Github, although I’ve used it a little as a dumping ground for random stuff.
My master’s thesis made during the spring of 2015 where I developed a first version of Comordo Technologies’ recommendation system.
Me and two other students made a VHDL implementation of the Core Wars 88 standard. Core Wars is a computer game where two programs compete and try to destroy each other, read the wiki for more info. MARC is a microprogrammed processor with a Redcode assembler.
This is a collection of algorithms used in competitive programming. There are also slightly hacky commandline submit scripts for kattis and UVa. See my uHunt profile for a list of solved UVa problems.
A static site made with Hakyll, written in Haskell. Continually updated and contains all posts I write.