I want to write something every night before I go to bed. It might not be good, it might not even follow a coherent theme. But it will be words that I created. At the end of the day it will be my creation. I’ve been utilizing headspace for many months now and have been thoroughly enjoying it. …read more
My notes on the book ‘On Love’, a book about love as told through a love story by Alain de Botton.
Problems that I’ve encountered and some solutions while using the Wicked PDF gem on Heroku.
This post is a little SEO experiment, please disregard as I’m likely not the best SEO in NYC.
How to use structs, graphs, and trees. This weeks lessons at Viking Code School.
Viking Code School lessons on Big O notation and some first glances on data structures.
My solution to Project Euler #44, written in Ruby.
I haven’t done any Project Euler problems in Ruby as of yet, but since I’m spending a majority of my time coding in Ruby for the time being I figured it would be good to give it a try! Conceptually this question wasn’t too hard but my original solution had me turning numbers into strings …read more
So over Christmas break I got a little caught up in these algorithm puzzles from LeetCode. I guess they’re actually algorithm questions used in coding interviews but they’re satisfying my puzzle craving for the time being. They allow you to answer in C++, Java, and Python. Since I don’t know C++ or Java I did …read more