Archive for the ‘open-source’ Category

I wanted to post a short update on CS Circles, my project with the University of Waterloo CEMC to teach introductory programming online. I’ve been checking the total number of problems solved on the site, and it has just surpassed 750000! I’m pretty sure I’ve never done 750000 of anything in my life except maybe […]


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 […]