Category Archives: Project Euler

An appeal for correct, capable, future-proof math in nascent programming languages

Let me start by saying that, the math in most programming languages is WRONG.  In most cases, there is little to be done about this, except perhaps tack on some new classes which allow new code to be written to fix it. However, nascent languages, like Rust, which I’ll mainly address here, have an opportunity […]

Projects, old and new

NOTE: See my GitHub page, for a complete list of public projects. I’ve recently taken a few projects out of storage (literally: the mountpoint is called “storage” :), and posted them on GitHub.  So, I thought I’d take a moment to point out each one.  I’m also going to get into some current projects, which […]