I can develop software for you.
I accept both short and long terms projects. Usually, I work remotely and have no issues accommodating clients in different timezones but I can make physical appearances if the need arises.
We continue our mystery project by calculating the Least Common Multiple. We also bump into the Euclidean algorithm along the way.
The first task in a new project which shall remain unnamed until it’s ready is a primality test, i.e. checking if a number is prime.
I take a look at the construct I’ve been most curious about, Rust Match. I also prove beyond a doubt that it’s a Switch statement.
Today I take a look at the concept of Ownership in Rust. This is the magic sauce that makes Rust “memory safe” and beginner Rusticians cry.
Today we disemvowel a string. That word is beautiful and means to remove every vowel out of a string. Disemvowel it!
Today I take a break from reading and tackle the simple problem of counting bits in Rust. This is my first Rust solution.
I’ve been developing software for over a decade now and I still find it awesome. The first "program" I wrote was when I was 7 or 8 years old, before I even knew what programming was. It was a silly adventure text game made using a word processor and hyperlinks.
Needless to say, it sucked.
I love books, video games, guitars and anything that gives me an adrenaline rush like jumping off a bridge, or white water rafting.