iOS ProcessButton

About a month ago I released an open source library to Cocoapods called iOS ProcessButton. This is a Button that animates while an asynchronous process is happening (note the gif above). Very simple right? My initial goal with the library was just to extract this code out of the current…

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Factory Reset

Very recently I downgraded from a 15" MacBook Retina to a 13" Retina. The reason I decided to go for a smaller laptop is because I like to keep a workstation in one place, and then have a smaller laptop with me when I'm not at my apartment. My workstation…

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Project Mpi (Part 2)

I finally decided to write down a step-by-step guide on how to set up a Raspberry Pi for a Beowulf cluster to do parallel programming on, namely MPICH. I've been working on it for a few weeks in my research and have finally gotten to a point where I can…

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Project Mpi (Part 1)

One of the projects I am Currently working on is building a Raspberry Pi cluster. This is a part of my Computer Science research class, which my classmates and myself were assigned to do so we could have a dedicated cluster to run our research projects later in the semester…

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The Euler Challenge

Project Euler is a website that consists of many mathematical/programming problems available for people to solve. The goal of the site is to present an array of problems to allow beginners, as well as experts to strengthen their skills in problem solving in any programming language. With that being…

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CodeRacer, The More Advanced Typing Game

The website is live at coderacer.com. A couple of weeks ago, Paul, Jon and I released the initial version of CodeRacer, which is an advanced typing game where the users write production code instead of normal text. We all know about websites that offer people to see how fast…

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