Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Art is never finished, only
abandoned.” Alas, it applies to pretty much everything.
— Console app for managing "snippets" of data that you want to
read again at a later date. Kindof like SuperMemo, but for unixes and
without the concept of “clozes.” I swear, one day this will
get a proper release. Unfortunately I have 2759 snippets waiting to be
Kakuro Solver — Python tools for
playing with Kakuro puzzles. I still plan to finish these, some day. The
solver is currently quite
fast, better than most of the other Python implementations I
— Some code which takes a file full of Python functions and makes a
nice "admin" interface out of it with buttons, fields, and a console area.
Originally used with
It works, although I haven't polished it up enough for a serious release.
Alpach History — Retrospective of
my early teen years playing on the web and making some Mac Classic software.
Alpach Archive — An archive of one of the
incarnations of the website.
— A fork of profilehooks which works in
AppEngine's restricted execution environment. I forget exactly where it
was violating them.
Tests — For checking API-CPU cost associated with various
operations on Google App Engine.
Intro to Microprocessor Power
Management — Slides for a talk on power management I gave in a
class. Overview of speed and sleep states, the ski-rental problem,
and a concept called the critical speed.
FreeBSD Power Management —
Project Report —
powerd (dynamic frequency/voltage scaling
daemon) to run in the kernel for better responsiveness.
NFS EC2 Performance
— Code to fire up a bunch of EC2 instances and see how well
different NFS configurations perform between them.
and docs — A
stab at implementing some of the Java tools in
Multithreading for Python. As usual, I underestimated the scope
of the problem.
Caching Peer — Some Java thing made
for a networking class. Not very interesting.
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