Nathan Hwang

Toljari Cycle #1: Pypi Packaging Party

Despite the date on the post, the Toljari Cycle started last week, not this weekend, but I didn’t know it at the time. Storytime: I thought I had enough time to get my ducks in order when I decided that to hell with it, I would kick off this regular release schedule one and a […]

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Check your Assumptions

NOTE: yes, I’m getting around to this 2 weeks after the fact. I have long-lived drafts, okay? If you haven’t been keeping up with tech news in a particularly frantic way, you might not have noticed that Google is changing their privacy policy. On one hand, this change will result in a somewhat longer policy, […]

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Why Hello

I just whipped up a quick flyer generator for the ADI. It kind of works-ish, definitely needs more work/documentation/a github repo, but it’s good enough for a minimal viable product. Revision 2, the latest version, is over here. Why’s it named lolhawk? Well, it makes flyers; the first flyer is arguably the Wright flyer, which […]

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Farm Update

So, I’ve had some ups and downs in the 2 weeks since school ended. I’ll be focusing on one particular thing, which is the distributed computing cluster me and a friend set up to crunch through solutions to the optimization problem I’ve been looking at. Well, you may be thinking, you have a computing cluster? […]

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Optimization of a Color Cycler

One of my projects in progress depends on the generation of different colored objects (Trust me, once I actually get a release pushed out, it will make sense (actually, I also need to push out a new iteration of my LaTeX editor. Note that I’m putting the name up for reconsideration)). First, I’ll define HSV […]

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