I do sometimes write texts on various topics. This page is an index of those texts, organized according to the year and subject.
These texts are somewhat a hybrid between actual coding projects and theoretical texts further below, containing characteristics of both.
A short memo of sorts, listing up certain useful observations I’ve made running NixOS as a home server.
Sound using a Pi, but not using the 3.5mm port or any other specialized output. See here
A text on implementing a Reversi/Othello AI in Haskell. Click here to read the slightly rewritten version, or to download the original version.
A simple Boggle-solving Haskell program, with the associated technical explanation. Click here.
A headless Pi internet radio that communicates by a synthesized voice. See the technical description here
These texts are of somewhat more theoretical nature, focusing less on the implementation aspect than the technical texts indexed on this page.
When I took a data mining course, I took the opportunity to continue my SSH bot research. Link to text and materials.
First instance of research I did on SSH traffic patterns to my home server, and results found. Link.
A short text on first impressions acquiring and using a GnuPG smart card. Link.
An old text about deriving a precise mathematical definition for a pintograph. Link.