Lunchtime hack: My cycling routes

James Uther wrote “Like most Android users (because I think it’s the default) Google tracks my location. Thankfully, they provide a way for me to view and edit the data collected (Thus satisfying some major rules of personal data collection – well done!). But the interface on location history is clunky as a visualisation, so let’s spend lunch…”

Getting Sieves Right

James Uther wrote “The great thing about being wrong is that you get to learn something. In a previous post I went on at length about the the sieve of eratosthenes. Now that I have been enlightened by Melissa O'Neill I must make corrections.”

Expanding reducers

James Uther wrote “When playing with a new bit of language, it can be helpful to restrict the problem space to an old, well understood algorithm. For me at least, learning one thing at a time is easier! For this post, It’ll be prime sieves, and I’ll be exploring clojure reducers.”

Grouping and collapsing in WireIt

James Uther wrote “I have recently been modifying the WireIt code to allow collapsing of multiple containers down into 1 composite container. A quick summary of WireIt (from their site) WireIt is an open-source javascript library to create web wirable interfaces for dataflow applications, visual programming languages, graphical modeling, or graph editors. I got started on this when…”