Stan Wagon's March Madness Puzzle

I have been on Stan Wagon's wonderful problem of the week email list for some time but I confess that I haven't given any of the problems serious thought until now. I received this very timely problem a week ago and have been a little obsessed with ...

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Website Refresh

A lot has happened in the past two years. So much so, in fact, that it's hard to believe it's only been two years. I went from New York to Vermont to Montreal, received four COVID vaccines, started university, and was even briefly being paid to work in software ...

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Advent of Code 2022

Advent of code! Again, I had so much fun with these problems. I did it in C# this time since I've gotten over my fear of compiling. I hadn't updated my dotnet SDK in ages, though, so this was my first experience with tons of new (to me) features. ...

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Webscore Player

While I was finishing up my arrangement of Make 'Em Laugh, it occured to me that the pages on this website where I show my music were, for a lack of a better word, bad. The score was shoved off to one side, the button to download the .mscz ...

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Advent of Code 2021

This was the first year I heard about Advent of Code. It sounded like it would be a lot of fun and it absolutely was. I really liked the variety in skillsets and approaches the puzzles demanded. Some days I was graphing quadratic inequalites and others I was implementing Dijkstra's ...

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Welcome to my Website!

If you're reading this, then it's working! Isn't that cool? I'm writing these words on my computer, but I'm going to send them to another computer, which is going to put them at a specific address the whole world can see, all so that you can read them on ...

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This a simple little tool I made while converting my Measuring Spoons project to html. I started out by using PanDoc in the hopes that it could take my pdf or odt file and produce a perfect html replication. That, of course, did not work, and I started ...

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