1. Enhancing Lecture Notes with AI

    I have been trying a new workflow for my lecture notes in university.

  2. Making: Check CPU (CCPU)

    Learning Rust by making a small TUI to check my CPU usage.

  3. You (Might) Only Need a Microcontroller (and a Server) for Computer Science

    Using telnet from a Microcontroller to connect to a computer.

  4. Created Contextito

    I recently played the online game called I was intrigued by how it worked so I created a tiny clone.

  5. Feature Selection using Genetic Algorithms

    I implemented Feature Selection through Genetic Algorithms.

  6. Finish things

    Go and experiment. Create and finish projects. This way, you can experiment, but get new knowledge for new areas.

  7. Chico, a spanish dataset

    I wanted to create a dataset that was focused on spanish.

  8. Created m2h

    I created a simple markdown to html parser called m2h. I wanted to implement the basic markdown syntax, I implemented it over a weekend.

  9. Understanding my country from outside

    My thesis was that people outside of my country can be more objective of what happens inside. They are a third party. They should be able to tell fact from fiction.

  10. Efficiency Engineers

    ... There is another type of engineer that could exist. A master at making things more efficient.

  11. A Compiler for Ideas

    An idea that is now becoming possible is a way to compile a program even though it is wrong. A compiler of the idea and not what it is on the paper.

  12. Using Htmlfontify

    If you are currently using Emacs, a really neat treak to convert code to HTML with the syntax highlighting you are currently using is with the command html-fontify.

  13. Changing Caps_Lock to Ctrl

    Recently I have been trying to use a bit more Emacs. A thing that I have just postponed was changing the CapsLock key to the Ctrl key.