I'm a software developer and author in the Detroit area. I have shipped numerous projects which has given me great experience in making software for saving money and increasing sales.
From Books, to Open Source contributions, to online morning stand-up systems, I have tons of successful projects under my belt.
I sporadically write on programming, with a focus on the Python and D languages. Here are two of my favorite posts:
Over the past two weeks, I have been working to port the excellent date string capability of the dateutil library to D.
std.ndslice is multidimensional array implementation, not unlike Numpy, with very low overhead, as it's based on D's concept of ranges.
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