rampion

Washington, DC

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Age: 36

Mathematician, programmer, and researcher; with interests in algorithmic design, software engineering theory, and massively parallel computing. I'm also a keyboard junkie and an aspiring language nerd.

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comment Locally change the log level for the zookeeper C client
Nope, this made no difference to the zookeeper's ZOO_INFO logs, which are still spitting out on stderr.
Feb
4
asked Locally change the log level for the zookeeper C client
Feb
4
awarded Notable Question
Feb
4
awarded Popular Question
Jan
30
revised Verbal Arithmetics in Haskell (SEND + MORE = MONEY)
added 216 characters in body
Jan
30
answered Verbal Arithmetics in Haskell (SEND + MORE = MONEY)
Jan
30
comment Verbal Arithmetics in Haskell (SEND + MORE = MONEY)
perm digits returns only lists of length 10, but list@[s,e,n,d,m,o,r,y] <- perm digits requires that list be of length 8. This causes a pattern match failure. A quick fix could be to use list@[s,e,n,d,m,o,r,y,_,_] <- perm digits instead.
Jan
29
revised JavaScript "new Array(n)" and "Array.prototype.map" weirdness
adding link
Jan
28
answered How to do control flow in Haskell
Jan
23
answered Fix type definition to define an instance of a Functor
Jan
22
answered Is there a lazy mapM?
Jan
21
awarded Autobiographer
Jan
20
comment optparse-applicative option with multiple values
the free arguments wouldn't be ambiguous if the arguments to -a were constrained to not begin with -, though.
Jan
19
awarded Good Answer
Jan
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on css organization and colours
Jan
11
answered Using the ST monad
Jan
11
comment Using the ST monad
also, when timing stuff, use Criterion. It's awesome.
Jan
10
awarded Nice Answer
Jan
6
answered CRUD pattern on Haskell Persistent
Jan
5
revised Haskell how to construct object having dependent types
typo in class name
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