I'm a Python programmer and former Sysadmin in Toronto. I like tinkering with 3D printers, raspberry PI and electronics on the side.
I'm a Linux geek and participate with @gtalug.
Besides computer hobbies I like running and cycling a lot.
I'll be posting more of my side projects and hobbies here, I'll try to put other topics under cw.
Interesting national geographic short doc about re-foresting iceland after a 1000 years of deforestation.
I led a computer-generated asemic/automatic writing workshop last night—here's stuff I made to make the workshop happen:
Bezmerizing, a tiny quirky (Python) library with functions for Bézier curves https://github.com/aparrish/bezmerizing/
this demo notebook (no actual copy yet, sorry) showing how to use the library https://github.com/aparrish/bezmerizing/blob/master/demo.ipynb
and a longer tutorial notebook on the specific techniques I've been playing with (using bezmerizing and flat, incl. overview of randomness in python) https://gist.github.com/aparrish/2209201ed3ecf35332d96264e66ce681
This is a #debian system. Last thing I did just let kde run for a while, then removed and installed iptables.
Now everything works.
The impact of the ‘open’ workspace on human collaboration
'Bye Bye Twitter Und Facebook': German Green Party Chief Quits Social Media
Awesome talk from #35c3 goes over the bloomberg article about spy chips
Modchips of the State
Python programmer, runner, likes 3D printers and making short videos.
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