The series of projects I’m working on, listed loosely by priority.
OMSCS @ Georgia Tech
Currently enrolled at Georgia Tech in the OMSCS program. I haven’t picked a speciality yet, though I’m leaning towards the Machine Learning specialty right now, but reserve the right to change my mind.
In addition, I started with the Dataquest Data Science program. I hope to build a nice portfolio of data science projects and host them on Github.
An terminal emulator app. I have more grandiose plans than that simple statement, but I’ll leave that for design posts throughout 2019. Think Pythonista or Scripting with Web Assembly and a proper terminal on the iPad Pro.
Renewed in 2019 to include new content related to new projects.
Currently there is just a script that I run that converts from MultiMarkdown to HTML, and then uploads the files to this Amazon S3 bucket site. I’d like to automate it a bit more so that it runs when I push to the repo, and uses some sort of CI to convert and deploy the site.
Having tired of fighting my WordPress installation for the hobbit-hole.org, I decided to move it to a static site. As I was struggling with the design for the new site, cause, you know, I couldn’t just port the site design as is, I finally decided to make the break and place technical items on another (this) blog and gaming items on another blog, expertisedice.com.
It seems like I tinker with this site often enough to have it listed here as an ongoing project.
While others toil away on brand new RPGs, I’m working through a series of classics. Now I’m working on Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition. I also now have a shiny new NES Classic, so the original Legend of Zelda is within my grasp.
A Nintendo DS Tetris clone. Used to program the DS and get to know it so I could write other games. Finished the Tetris clone, but the smartphone (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7) and iPad have displaced the DS as the portable gaming platform of choice, so any future games will target those platforms.
This is an old project that served its purpose when I was coding in Python primarily. It would translate ReST documents to WordML/MSWord documents. The source is available for those who wish to continue to use it.