Welcome to the homepage of Jack M. Rosenthal
Here are some things you may be looking for:
- Curriculum Vitae (HTML format, PDF format, Plain Text (reStructuredText) format)
- My GitHub
- Office Hours for Spring 2018 (anyone is welcome to come, not limited to just my CSCI-400 students)
- Principles of Programming Languages (Spring 2018)
- My Python Courses:
- C-START UNC Course
- Some of my hacks (in no particular order):
- CS@Mines Puzzle Challenge
- WAR with Auction Rounds
- The 3l keyboard layout
- Parqyng Lots:
A project for the Xilinx PYNQ Hackathon in Fall 2017 that measures car
enterances and exits from parking lots using arrays of motion sensors.
The sensors update a TurboGears 2 web app with displays on which parking
lots have spots. This project won 1st place at the hackathon.
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- Play a game of Mastermind against a computer codebreaker AI?
- CSM DirSearch Python Library: Search the Mines directory from the command line, Python, and from Mutt
- CSM NetReg CLI: Register MAC addresses on the Mines network from the command line
automatic text selections and clipboard manipulations) using a
- Debannerizer: Scrape course schedule data from Self Service Banner and build a normalized SQL database
- Shadow Recruit Shell: A bash-like UNIX shell
- srtop: A top-like clone
- mikmodvis: Visualize chiptunes using ncurses
- voteserver: Vote on things using netcat!
- suicide: An esoteric programming language. Not for the faint of heart.
- Elephant Stack: A concatenative (Forth-like) programming language with lexical scoping
- BlitzLocker: A password manager for Salesforce development sites (browser independent)
- BashNET Navajo: A feature-rich HTTP server written in Bash
- FanMap: FC Bayern HackDays project
A blockchain based medical record system using IPFS, including a
reference implementation using TurboGears 2 (MinneHack 2018 Hackathon Project)
- My Computer Collection
- Hacking Docutils (plus, reStructuredText, Sphinx, and the like)
- Keygens for your Brain: how to generate keys for Windows 95, NT 4, and the like
- Mines ACM Chapter
- Mines Linux Users Group
Here's a fun quote:
Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon
full of tapes hurtling down the highway.
-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
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