In the Spring of 2014, I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Mathematics. I am trying to get into grad school for neuroscience with an application in Brain-Computer Interfacing. Job experience includes cryptanalysis, malware reverse engineering, and neural nets. I'll edit this as I think of something more interesting to put.

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awarded Informed
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awarded Tumbleweed
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17
reviewed Satisfactory Knowledge management and e-learning software
Feb
17
reviewed Satisfactory How can I identify the time offset between two similar, but materially different, MP3 files?
Feb
17
reviewed Satisfactory PGP software for Windows 7
Feb
17
reviewed Excellent Web service to detect whether a picture has been published on the Internet before or not, very fast
Feb
17
reviewed Excellent Lightweight PDF viewer to navigate through files in a folder
Feb
17
reviewed Excellent Version control system for closed source project
Feb
17
reviewed Needs Improvement Windows Software to access Linux partitions from Windows
Feb
17
reviewed Satisfactory Can you convert html, css and javascript into a exe?
Feb
17
awarded Custodian
Feb
17
reviewed Satisfactory Freeware online store?
Feb
17
reviewed Needs Improvement Libraries for identifying the face structure
Feb
12
awarded Autobiographer
Feb
12
comment What time is used on board a cruise ship?
@coburne Depends on your definition of often. And for most of the trip, you could easily not encounter any island regions, should you not be planning on heading to one.
Feb
12
comment What does the yield keyword do in Python?
@LutzPrechelt, it still binds a function that returns a generator to the name xy in the scope. This function returns a generator. This is why a generator can be used with for x in (y for y in generator): and a function with yield in it needs to be called as for x in xy():. This question leaves out "Don't confuse your generators with generator functions," which can be observed in the ATM example in the accepted answer. It is fair to say it makes the keyword def ambiguous to anyone who didn't write the function, but it always is until you find return or yield in the code.
Feb
11
asked Replacement for Autopager in Chrome
Feb
6
comment Python 3.4 User Input
If you are using Python 2.x, don't use input, use raw_input always.
Feb
6
comment Python 3.4 User Input
Your code is with Python 2.x in mind. In Python 3.x, raw_input from 2.x is the default behavior of input in 3.x. Considering the title mentions 3.4, this answer is technically wrong, but still possibly helpful. For future viewers: use raw_input instead of input in Python 2.x code for security reasons.
Feb
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awarded Teacher
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