Pyedgeon news

Pyedgeon, my first pip package, was recently featured in a Recurse Center Joy of Computing blog post I did a lot of refactoring and ease-of-use additions to it, and have plans to create some weird side-projects with it + flask + twilio or something. I’ve got a lot of ideas recently and I am feeling … Continue reading

Life / Professional Development / Uncategorized

Areas in which I’d like to explore during my career

When I was entering into graduate school in nanoscale science, I did not have very many clear career goals besides, “I’d like to perform cutting-edge research in computational physics”, “I’d like to work on green energy technology”, and maybe “I’d like to use my talents to make the world a better place.” Perhaps if I … Continue reading

Code / Feelings / Life / Professional Development

What I did at RC

An inexhaustive list of things I’ve done during my retreat at the Recurse Center: (explanatory links will be added when summary posts are finished) Worked on the Instacart Market Basket Analysis competition (1577th place at 0.3772453; max score 0.4091449) Did some introductory exercises with javascript coding and syntax on Freecodecamp Tried to implement a way … Continue reading

Holistic Wellness / Lungfish / Music

What Time Does the Shock Arrive at the Top of the Pipe?

During my first few days of unemployment, I wrote/mixed/mastered a quick 3-song release with 1 original (Melt Glass) and two covers (Mehmet Ali Ağca by Self Defense Family; Savings by Lungfish). It’s called “What Time Does the Shock Arrive at the Top of the Pipe?” and is available for free download on the Holistic Wellness … Continue reading