This is a portrait made entirely from vanilla HTML and CSS - no SVG, no frameworks. It's crazy good.
Watched the sunset with Nicole over the Chestnut Hill Reservoir. #Boston is a great city to live in.
This is a diagram laying out the architecture of a generative music program.
The beginning of the pipeline is a data structure representing musical values - notes, rests, chords, etc.
The (perform) function transforms music values into performance values - a sequence of events with a duration, a volume, a pitch, and the other data necessary to represent the physical noises you hear in a performance.
The performance data can be turned into audio or MIDI signals to have the computer actually make noise.
Got a new board game, #Unearth! It's a dice placement with really pretty artwork. It's a lot of fun so far.
Software engineer in #Boston.
Currently working on #Pterotype, a WordPress plugin that puts your blog onto the Fediverse.
Into: procgen, music, fediverse
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