• Evolville 0.0.2: Life and Death

    Evolville is an imaginary computer world, inhabited by creatures.
    They live, move, eat, communicate and evolve.

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  • Evolville 0.0.1: The Beginning

    Evolville is an imaginary computer world, inhabited by creatures.
    They live, move, eat, communicate and evolve.

    This is going to be series of posts for simulation, starting from scratch and test various evolution strategies. Our world will evolve, our creatures will evolve, our code will evolve.

    Welcome to Evolville!

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  • DFS on Binary Tree Array

    Implementing Depth-First Search for the Binary Tree without stack and recursion.

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  • Clojure Euler: Problem 026

    Find the value of d < 1000 for which 1/d contains the longest recurring cycle in its decimal fraction part.

    Permalink: https://projecteuler.net/problem=26

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  • Code Golf: New Year Tree

    Let’s celebrate geeky New Year by drawing New Year Tree using Clojure!

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  • Clojure Design Patterns

    Quick overview of the classic Design Patterns in Clojure

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  • Littlepot: Autofilled Cache

    Cook, little pot, cook!

    – The Magic Porridge Pot, Brothers Grimm

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  • Spark in Clojure

    Apache Spark is a fast and general engine for large-scale data processing.

    100 times faster than Hadoop.

    Everyone knows SQL. But traditional databases are not good in hadling big amount of data. Nevertheless, SQL is a good DSL for data processing and it is much easier to understand Spark if you have similar query implemented in SQL.

    This article shows how common SQL queries implemented in Spark.

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  • Emacs: org mode

    Emacs org-mode use cases, for non-programmers.

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  • Code Golf: Calculating PI

    Let’s celebrate Pi day in clojure!

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