On this page, I'll present some (both large and small) projects of mine that I wish to show to the public. Some of them are related to a blog post/posts as well, which may be of interest.
Larger software projects
A project I completed for an elective university course, analyzing folder structures. See it here
The site generator powering this very website; a short explanation of the functionality. Learn more about it from here
A fully functional Othello game implemented in Haskell, with AI as well. See it here
A simple Boggle word finder implemented in Haskell. See it here
A headless Pi internet radio that communicates by a synthesized voice. See it here
A simple Ruby-based wrapper designed for Minecraft servers. See it here
Sound using a Pi, but not using the 3.5mm port or any other specialized output. Interested?
Pintograph - theory and implementation in Python
A writeup on the background generator I implemented in Python, based on the concept of a certain mechanical drawing device. Includes a mathematical explanation, suitable for those able to read fairly straightforwards proofs and trigonometric derivations. See it here.