My Dumping Ground.
Here is a dumping ground for my writings, notes, ideas and opinions, projects, etc. all on this single page. Back
This is a project that I worked on mainly from July 2015 to January 2016. This medium let users share and view two-sided flippable cards with arbitrary content on both sides in different formats. The goal was to become a knowledge acquisition platform where experts share pieces of knowledge or news information in a quick, simple and intriguing way.
In collaboration with a great friend from SAIC, I implemented this idea using Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, and released it with Uncorn & NginX. It is currently terminated due to shift of our focus in life. Special thanks to several great friends at UW who contributed valuable discussions and effort to this project. We love Koolio.io!
— from August 2015 to January 2016.
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Coding Interview Preparation [pdf]
Review of concepts and key algorithms commonly used in coding interviews.
Python Tutorial [pdf]
Slides for basic Python tutorial session for an undergraduate machine learning course.
Linear Algebra [pdf]
Review of fundamental concepts in linear algebra (not complete yet).
Course Notes [github]
My notes when reviewing materials of a few courses at UW (CSE 544, 546, 561, 599, etc.).
Gentrification Case Profile [pdf]
I discuss the gentrification case in Yuexiu, a district in Guangzhou, China. As many other places in China, Yuexiu has experienced intense redevelopment as the state transitioned to a socialist market economy. ... (L ARCH 361, Prof. Manzo)
Experiences & Interpretations of Nature [pdf]
I intend to to describe my own understanding and definition of nature. ... (L ARCH 361, Prof. Manzo)
Analysis of Two Artworks in the Henry Art Gallery —
Untitled and Fun. No Fun. [pdf]
I describe details of two artworks, and provide a comparative analysis between these two works so as to comprehend Henry’s goal in presenting these two very different artworks simultaneously. ... (ART H 209, Prof. Rounthwaite)
>> link to blog. I use it as my notebook.