Two days of ten-minute talks to celebrate the joyous, exciting, and surprising moments in programming.
My Role: Co-Organizer
A two-day conference on programming, featuring lightning (10-minute) talks from industry experts, project-builders, and excited newbies. Featuring a strong code of conduct, no Q&A, and accesibility features like live-captioning.
Two-time winner of NaNoWriMo, completing a 50,000 word novel in one month.
In 2008, I wrote The Last Dream, a YA-Fantasy story about a young girl and her brother who set out to return an amulet dropped by Morpheus, god of Dreams.
In 2013, I unsuccessfully attempted to write 50,000 words worth of short stories, completing about 2,500.
In 2016, I wrote a 50,000 word sci-fi/fantasy story about a woman who takes a job at the tech company that controls the world.
I don't intend to publish any of them, I'm just happy that I wrote them.
A mostly-working CPU built in the Logisim emulator
In the Spring trimester of 2011, I took a course in hardware organization at my university. As a side project, I designed and built a CPU in Logisim logic simulator.
The CPU is still a work in progress, but I've made it (and some accompanying materials available here online under a CC license in case anyone wants to poke around with it. It's incomplete and there's a lot of work yet to do before it'll be fully functional.
There are no instructions, so... good luck!
© Erty Seidohl 2016