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siwells/README.md

Hi there 👋

I'm Simon Wells. I'm a lecturer in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University in Scotland, UK. This is just one of my "homes on the web" where I collect together some of my work and interests.

Work mostly involves computers, programming, and AI. But when getting away from the screen, I play with synths and sound creation (mostly Moog, Arturia, Make Noise, Elektron, and Modular gear), read (mostly sci-fi with a focus on classic/golden age although I keep up with many of the newer writers as well), listen to music (mostly jazz with a focus on Coltrane, Mingus, Monk, Shorter, Hancock, Hubbard, and Sanders), and gaming (tabletop, board, and video).

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  1. My Homepage

    CSS 2

  2. A Cabinet of Curiosities (Static Blog)

    HTML

  3. missing Public

    The Missing Module - all the things that you should know about computers but that don't get included in the average curriculum...

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  4. Personal Development Tutoring Materials for Computer Science Undergraduates

    JavaScript 4

  5. READY Public

    Recapture the magic of daily coding on simple machines

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  6. DGDL Public

    The Dialogue Game Description Language (DGDL)

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532 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to siwells/simonwells.org, siwells/advanced-webtech, siwells/READY and 17 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 4 commits in 2 repositories
3 contributions in private repositories May 17 – May 23

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