My reading habits
I like reading a lot. I’ve been recently trying to take more notes based on the books that I read, so I can retain and use more of the information found in them. You can check my book notes out here, or a list of books that I’ve read on Goodreads.
Most of my projects are available on GitHub, if you’d like to check them out. Right now I’m focussed on front-end engineering, with some backend .NET and Python work thrown in there on the side. Here are some of the more fun ones.
Simcity-like visualisation and exploration of how the suburbs of Sydney exist along various axes. We smashed together a bunch of statistical datasets and zoning images to make this for GovHack 2019. Check the live version out here.
Simple proof of concept to show the use of a device accelerometer to provide as an entropy input. In this case, it’s being used to control how eccentric a random name generator should be when picking a random name.
Remind yourself to come back to the hacks you shipped. Built as a Python Flask web app to sit on a Heroku box and watch your repository for patches and hacks you’ll need to fix later. Fun project with Patrick Murray.
My attempt at reading 52 books in 2015. This is a site to track my progress (inspired by the quantified self movement), built in Jekyll.