It includes a live demo contrasting coroutines and callbacks.
a syzygy is an alignment of things, so a syzygyst is someone who lines things up
Hello I am Harold Cooper and here are some of my digital artifacts. I also put stuff on GitHub and on Instagram and on SoundCloud and on Twitter.
One-line Tree in Python
is a frivolous use of the builtin
defaultdict to implement a tree structure.
GitHubbub visualizes public GitHub activity in real time.
ExtendNY is an interactive map which extends the Manhattan Grid of streets and avenues to every point on Earth.
It received lots of feedback, including people around the world tweeting their "New York" addresses, many comparisons to View of the World from 9th Avenue, and was called "Infographic Of The Day" despite not really being an infographic.
I also gave a short talk about the project.
PCollections serves as a persistent and immutable analogue of the Java Collections Framework.
Spectra is a math poem thought experiment which asks the question "Is there a continuous surface made up of every continuous function?" and meanders towards the answer.
Mechanical Linkages in Python provides a graphical interface for simulating mechanical linkages, and describes the rigidity theory used to implement the simulator.
hungarian is a simple Python wrapper for a C++ implementation of Knuth's Hungarian algorithm, a.k.a. Munkres' algorithm, for solving the linear assignment problem.
pyLAPJV is a simple Python wrapper for a C++ implementation of the Jonker-Volgenant algorithm, LAPJV, for solving the linear assignment problem.
Bedtime Theorems presents several concepts deﬁned or discovered by M. C. Garcia and myself, from January 2004 through March 2004. Most of these concepts were conjectured while falling asleep, but they were often built upon and made rigorous throughout the days following.