Archive for July, 2013
Computer Science Circles is now live in German! This awesome development is due to Wolfgang Pohl, Marcel Inhoff and the rest of the crew at BWINF. I am very excited and thankful for their hard work. Check it out here… you might be the lucky person to complete the 250000th exercise!
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When we were still in Switzerland, Sara picked up a copy of Le Larousse du chocolat, a book by a renowned French chef Pierre Hermé. As the name implies, it is a dictionary for all chocolatey things. While it’s a little tricky to find exact substitutes for the ingredients in some recipes (like bicarbonate de sodium […]
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Abstract. I’ve spent some time this summer making a programming visualizer for the Java language. Sara has spent some time this summer making a video showing the coffee roasting process for Princeton’s own Small World Coffee. I think my project has a cooler icon, but hers has a better soundtrack. Since I came to Princeton […]
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