Variety of thoughts and tutorials.

Video Games for "Non-Gamers"

18 December 2023

I never identified as a “gamer” and always thought the only options were shooter games like Halo or Call of Duty (COD). I am happy to say that I was sorely mistaken! So here are my recommendations for those who want to get into games and don’t want to be held back by hand-eye-coordination!
Tags: Miscellaneous

How to Write a Literature Review

10 December 2023

A literature review (“lit review”) is a point* in the research process where you decide how to approach a problem by combing through other peoples’ work. This process is used to gain inspiration, design experiments, and curate baselines and comparative models.
Tags: Advice

Tips for Making Figures

04 May 2022

Figure-making tips all researchers wish they knew!
Tags: Advice

What to Save from an Experiment

30 August 2021


(I jest, but really)
Tags: Advice

Tips for Debugging PyTorch Errors

24 August 2021

Debugging PyTorch errors can be very difficult, mostly due to poor error messages. Here I share some of the strategies I use to get a more informative error message or (hopefully) fix the issue.
Tags: Tutorials

Conference Bingo

13 August 2021

Just a little game calling out conference tropes. Can also be a drinking game.
Tags: Miscellaneous

Pebble Terminal Watchface Part 2

14 January 2017

This post is a continuation of a project discussed in Pebble Terminal Watchface Part 1
Tags: Pebble Smartwatch, C, Projects

Pebble Terminal Watchface

30 March 2016

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Pebble is best described as a budget smartwatch for the nerds. I wanted to develop a simple watchface for Pebble in order to improve my C skills. Also, Pebble is very cool.
Tags: Pebble Smartwatch, C, Projects