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Currently a software engineer at Google. Recently graduated from University of California, Berkeley with B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and Engineering Math and Statistics (EMS).

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Dec
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
18
awarded  Yearling
Dec
23
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
7
answered Which programming designs leads to more problems?
Jul
18
awarded  Yearling
Jul
3
answered Are proofs worth the effort?
Jul
2
answered Is there a single book that covers the breadth of computer science fundamentals?
Jul
2
comment Is there a single book that covers the breadth of computer science fundamentals?
I don't think the term "computer science" covers what you want if you're not interested in algorithms. Perhaps you're looking for "computer architecture"?
Jun
13
answered Should I add an “Abstract” prefix to my abstract classes?
Jun
6
asked Indenting labels in C
Jan
15
answered Is there a general method to evaluate the optimality of an optimization algorithm?
Jan
14
comment How to resolve methods with the same name and parameter types?
Doesn't that kind of break the naming scheme though? I'd have method1(int), method1(long), method1(float), method1ForSpecialFloat(float). That's rather inelegant especially for the enduser of a supposedly polished product.
Jan
14
comment How to resolve methods with the same name and parameter types?
@Matthieu: Yes, the same functionality.
Jan
14
asked How to resolve methods with the same name and parameter types?
Nov
3
comment Do real-world algorithms that greatly outperform in the class below exist?
It's faster for huge graphs on the order of 100,000 or so vertices.
Nov
3
comment Do real-world algorithms that greatly outperform in the class below exist?
Coppersmith-Winograd is NEVER used. Implementing it would be a horrid task in itself and the constant is so bad it would be unfeasible even for modern scientific matrix problems.
Aug
11
answered Programming late at night problem
Aug
9
revised Is there a language more general than Lisp?
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Aug
9
comment What are some interesting problems to solve using GA's?
I was actually thinking about this earlier this year. And if you do a quick Google search on it, there have been a few papers written on it (although most not from very credible sources). You should be careful of data dredging though: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_dredging . It does sound like a very interesting idea though.
Aug
9
comment Is there a language more general than Lisp?
Yes it is. I'm claiming that there is no greater language :)