It is my personal philosophy that one learns best through practical application of principles. Thus, many of the projects posted here are my attempts at learning a new programming language, methodology, or other skill. I eventually hope to convert many of these projects into hands-on tutorials to help others learn. My featured projects are available here, but I have listed a number of them publicly on my GitHub profile.
Coming soon: I intend to document and list projects I've created for personal purposes within the next couple of months. At the moment, though, I hope you enjoy the following professional projects.
To improve my programming skills, I have created some entertaining things.
I made a program that generated 105,165 unique sudoku puzzles, each with only one solution. Categorized by level, this book has puzzles for everyone to last a lifetime. The puzzles were generated with the help of the Z3 SMT Solver and LaTeX.Get Puzzles View Source
To improve my website development skills and to help myself become more productive, I have developed a handful of simple productivity tools.
Stay focused with the Pomodoro method, with timing customized to my schedule. Currently only supports my own routine.View Demo View Source
My projects are all open-source, and I do my best not to require proprietary software prerequisites. Open-source software is better for everyone, and providing my tools for free is my way of giving back to a community that has poured resources into teaching me.