Erlang: FizzBuzz in Python vs Erlang — a discussion about conditionals

I’ve had a few discussions with beginners over the last few months that often come to center around not really understanding the conditional branching constructs in Erlang, so I decided to do a video on it using “FizzBuzz” as the central example. The traditional if/else if/else boolean paradigm is quite different from Erlang’s concept of […]

Erlang: Building a Telnet Chat Server from Scratch Using ZX

A few weeks ago I made a two-part video discussion about building a telnet chat server from scratch using ZX and forgot to post any prose reference to it. (Most people are following my blog RSS, not my (extremely tiny) video channels.) The resulting project is called “Trash Talk” and it has a repo on […]

Comments on Dr. Shiva’s Election System Analysis

UPDATE 2020-11-20: Scroll to the bottom for a follow-up. Commentary Dr. Shiva performed a data analysis on the automated voting system results in the 2020 U.S. election and made a video presentation of it just a few days ago. I was asked to give my thoughts on it yesterday, so I watched it this morning […]