Roblox developer. Math nerd. BSEE. A bit crazy. Loves rhubarbs. roblox.com/games/48453479

San Mateo, California, USA
Joined November 2017
Sold all my crypto. When I got bitcoin 6 years ago, I did not foresee this future where we could be using majority of the world's electricity to solve made-up problems to mine made-up currency. Screw that. People should be using their power and GPUs to play my games instead.
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Phantom Forces update!
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I went outdoors today. It's all still there.
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Ignorance that is sufficiently advanced is indistinguishable from satire.
This guy said his body was magnetic after being around vaccinated people.
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Infection #Frogge is utter chaos.
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#Frogge has been updated for Halloween! Infection Mode, 3 new Frogges, 2 new maps, return of @DeveloperDoctor's halloween map, weapon code BOOP for the boo bopper. TY for the kind reviews!
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fmodf(daysAlive,365.25)==0
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RDC motivated me to do some work on Frogge, so what happens? Power outage :-( 20 hours and still no power.
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26 hours, still no powers.
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Finally, it's back! Hopefully for good.
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Got my #RDC2021 swag. The water bottle is really nice, but the gloves are rubbish.
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The markup on "studio furniture" pisses me off. $200+ for a 16U rack case that's like a $20 IKEA nightstand with a couple of angle iron rails screwed into it? Ridic. How is no one providing a sensibly-priced alternative yet? sweetwater.com/store/detail/…
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Oh, the feels. I worked on, and played a lot of this game. It was a short-lived DC Comics MOBA. So far, neither League nor DOTA has made a champion as satisfying to gank with as classic Catwoman with her whip (IMHO). piped.kavin.rocks/watch?v=6ne8dNjH…
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Browsing for instruments on my new PC. What is interesting about this is that the tiny circuit board to the right of the keyboard… that’s the entire PC (#nVidia #Jetson)
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I noticed mapping my SIMM: Big O efficiency is not relevant with the physical tests: To see if a point on the board connects to 1 of 72 pins, binary elimination would use the fewest checks. But the overhead is huge. Linear search is just sweeping a wire across the pins.
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The binary search would involve connecting 36 pins, then 18, then 9, 4, etc. fewer continuity tests, but probably 100x as much time to set up as the linear check, and with the pre-requisite of figuring out which of the 72 pins are connected to each other, since dupes would matter
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I worded the first tweet poorly. I of course need to know which pin some point connects to, not just that it connects to any of them. That would be a simple test, but not useful.
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