This is a photo of me. If you've seen me around and want
to know if you've found the right page, it may help you.
This is my personal page, in case
anyone cares. Mostly it's a collection of links to more interesting
things that relate to me. Such as my resume (pdf).
- Antepenultimate Minesweeper -- Minesweeper has been around for a long time, and nobody actually added features to it. Now I have. A silly little game. Not as silly as all the "ultimate" games out there which are really the same old games with eye candy, though.
- Alignments -- A way of computing [DNA] sequence alignments more efficiently than the normal dynamic programming approach, for sequences that are pretty similar to begin with. The raw source code is also available.
- ForNet -- This is a distributed logging system for large IP
networks. I worked on it along with Professor Nasir Memon, Kulesh
Shanmugasundaram, Amos Wetherbee and Radion Khait. Others have
worked on the project at other times as well. The project has its own
webpage and we wrote
a report [PDF] about it.
- Semi-Automated Refactoring -- This was a project I did as
part of a class, and as such is not entirely complete. The idea was
to detect sections of code that can and should be combined into single
functions to decrease bloat. The software succeeded in finding some
such code, but it is not really ready for practical use. You can read
my report [PDF] or you can
download the software.
I'm user dspeyer just about everywhere, including gmail, reddit, hacker news, lesswrong and stackoverflow.