I do software development and data analysis.
Keywords of the things I am into: network protocols, distributed algorithms, databases, machine learning.
Reach me at [email protected]
(also, see my github account page)
ls reimagined for modern times, with friendlier notations, built-in awareness of things like git repos and various dotfiles file datatypes.
Translate your network logs to a simple JSON-based NetVis format and visualize the network events and communication in detail. Check out the demo. Built in coordination with IPFS team, NetVis is an indispensable tool when designing and developing network functionality on any level.
It uses in-memory suffix array to lookup index entries. RusticSearch is minimalistic in design and perfect when adding simple search functionality where fancier solutions can be an overkill.
Quantitative analysis of randomized algorithms may look intimidating, but a couple of simple tricks goes the long way. We look at how to build some intuition and understanding behind the algorithm’s performance using the quicksort as an example.
A problem I had trying to make jmeter work on my machine and what fixed it
Cmd+K in Windows Cygwin.
Using NetVis framework to visualize algorithms behind Kademlia-styled DHT.
Introduction to X-fast trie-style data structures.
Here is the list of academic peer-reviewed research papers I coauthored: