Quineloop

['Gautam Chekuri', 'gautam.chekuri@gmail.com', 'http://github.com/gautamc']
[Observe ∿ deconstruct ∿ Generalize ∿ Reflect ∿ Repeat]

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Aug 2013 & April 2016 »
Rendering Mandelbrot Set using canvas and d3.js
2013-14 & March 2016 »
Understanding Complex Numbers


21 July 2013 »
Visualizing district wise gender ratio for Andhra Pradesh - India
18 July 2013 »
Implementing Quick and simple "audit logging" in Rails.


29 Dec 2012 »
An android app + Web app setup to push an incoming phone call's number to the browser.
22 Dec 2012 »
A few pointers for quickly remembering bash versus sh scripting.


01 July 2012 »
Installing Yesod framework on Debian Squeeze.


28 June 2012 »
Finding files created between two dates
24 June 2012 »
Understanding and learning OCaml


26 May 2012 »
Fixing GPU hung error in GNU/Linux when running the intel i915 driver for
Intel 945GM graphics chipset


27 Apr 2012 »
A pattern for building unobtrusive ajax forms in rails3 using jQuery


14 Jan 2012 »
Making the ip2locations ruby library work with ruby 1.9
01 Jan 2012 »
Building a liquid html5/canvas charting widget using jQuery and backbone.js - I


25 Dec 2010 »
Implementing a star rating widget using jQuery


15 Oct 2010 »
Linux And Android
14 Oct 2010 »
Connecting to a real phone via ADB
13 Oct 2010 »
Quickly adding all android .jar files to classpath
12 Oct 2010 »
My Android Development Steps


18 Aug 2010 »
Implementing a digital clock in ruby
17 Aug 2010 »
gimp-image-get-layers - programming the Gimp to extract layers from a psd using scheme
16 Aug 2010 »
Genrating strong passwords on Debian lenny
15 Aug 2010 »
Fixing locale warnings on Debian lenny
14 Aug 2010 »
Introducing Quineloop

(I didn't draw this picture, but I have it here because I like it.)
Rendering dead channel!
The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel. code on github

Rendering Mandelbrot Set!
Rendering on <canvas> using escape time algorithm code on github

Rendering Swarm!
10 rectangle swarm: animated to move on pseudorandom Lissajous curve paths in a <canvas> code on github


(I didn't draw this picture, but I have it here because I like it.)