The code in these folders is intended for me to keep track of snippets of fun ideas I had, or code experiments I wanted to try. I got the idea from Wesley Beary at Ruby Midwest 2010. He called his prototypes, I call mine play, because I think "prototype" implies more seriousness than mine deserve.
- activerecord-settings Settings class for ActiveRecord projects
- blackboardbot Script to log onto my school website, check all my forums for new posts, notify me of new posts by text message.
- chem-timer Shoes timer app to alert me when to measure results for my chem lab.
- clf Command line formatter (ascii escape sequence lib).
- craigslist-watcher Script to check my local craigslist free page for the given item (in my case, free computers).
- fsm Finite state machine in C through macros.
- implement-map-in-lisp-in-ruby Implementing Lisp's map function (technically done in Ruby)
- irb Proof of concept for an interactive Ruby repl like irb.
- lisp-games Some simple command line games created with Lisp, so that I would have some hands-on experience writing my own, since Land of Lisp is mostly about reading Barski's Lisp.
- lisp-tree Create, traverse, and generate images for a tree structure in lisp.
- land-of-lisp-itinerary Itinerary for going through the book Land of Lisp.
- mocking-the-internet Test libraries that rely on the internet by mocking the internet, and stubbing out various URLs.
- physics-lab Use the units-system gem to automate all the calculations I would have to do for my Physics lab.
- project-euler Solutions for Project Euler.
- quines Quines in various languages.
- ready-for-zero-challenges My solutions to https://www.readyforzero.com/challenge.
- ruby-overloadable Give Ruby method overloading
- ruby-golf Solutions for Ruby Golf
- ruby-one-liners Using Ruby for command line one-liners (where you might normally use sed or awk).
- ruby-s How to use ruby's -s flag for simple command line args.
- self-referential-hash Hash where you can declare one key references another.
- sikulidraw Generate commands for Sikuli such that it draws a picture on the screen, given that the mouse is a 1px pencil.
- simple-task Simple command line task manager.
- sort-efficiency Look at efficiency of mergesort vs insertionsort to see which is faster when.
- sort-viewer Render videos of the various sort algorithms (check out the results)
- Eventually, once I'm smart enough, figure out how to turn each project into a git submodule. For now, I'm sure I'll destroy all my work if I even try.
This code is unmaintained.
If you do something interesting with it, let me know so I can be happy.
Copyright (c) 2010 Joshua Cheek
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