My solution for Project Euler Problem 63
May 17, 2016
Aug 07, 2014
Lately, I’ve taken up an interest in synchronizing video scores to my favorite recording of a piece, as I have done with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5 in E Minor. One of the most important parts of creating the videos is getting good images of the score. Luckily, the …
Jun 27, 2014
Python is my favorite programming/scripting language for mathematics, and there has been extensive work in applying it to various fields of study. For this post, I will apply it to modular exponentiation, also known as “power modulus”, and I use it in primality tests. There have been many implementations …
Aug 25, 2013
It’s been a while!
Recently, I’ve been working on something in Dropbox, and I’ve found the version control… lacking. Well, it’s nothing like having the full power of Git, my favorite version control system. That’s for sure.
Note that the images here will be for …
May 14, 2013
So, it’s been a long time since I’ve really posted anything here, but I got the idea to put up some of my old Project Euler videos from my YouTube channel on here.
For those of you unfamiliar with Project Euler, it is… well, let me just quote …
Jan 07, 2013
I’ve always been wondering why I couldn’t use hostnames in my ssh commands (like
ssh pi@raspberrypi), so I’ve been using IP addresses the entire time (e.g.
ssh email@example.com). Today, I’ve finally figured out how to use easier-to-remember hostnames in Linux …
Nov 22, 2012
Aug 17, 2012
Linux is awesome. However, there are always its shortcomings, such as hardware not being recognized. For my laptop, a Toshiba Satellite L655, I must compile my own, custom kernel such that Ubuntu will see my battery’s charge. The original solution for this problem is from Techinterplay here, but I …