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Author Archives: Justin Kramer
As an exercise, I translated Peter Norvig’s Sudoku solver from Python to Clojure. There have been a couple other attempts before, but they both leaned on Clojure’s reference types as a mutability-crutch. This implementation uses only immutable data structures. To … Continue reading
My side project, which uses Clojure and some basic machine learning to extract recipe information from websites, has launched: YumTab. I’ll be updating the blog periodically with progress reports and possibly some juicy technical info.
Prompted by this blog post, an attempt to say something nice about every language I’ve used, roughly in the order that I learned them: Pascal – My first love. Allowed me to create awesome text adventures, even though the code … Continue reading