8,936 reputation
544125
bio website codeoncaffeine.wordpress.com
location Cleveland, OH
age 19
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen 7 hours ago

Avid Emacs and Vim hacker (I use Emacs with Evil to get the best of both worlds ;)

I'm experienced with Python, C#, Java, and Javascript, and have dabbled in C++, C, objective-C, Lisp, Ruby, and Scala. While I have a keen interest for all things code, I'm especially interested in the design and creation of programming languages themselves.

Currently a Computer Science Freshmen at Cornell University.

Formerly known as @CrazyJugglerDrummer.


Mar
31
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
30
asked How is 6-player Diplomacy (no Italy) different from 7-player?
Mar
30
asked When should Italy NOT take over Tunisia on its second turn in Diplomacy?
Mar
29
accepted What is the correct opening move in mancala when you go first in a 6 hole per side board?
Mar
25
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
24
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
21
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
13
comment Why does Wizards of the Coast print terrible MTG cards?
@corsiKa I don't think those are different at all. What other purpose would bad cards serve for a less advanced player than teaching them what cards are bad?
Mar
13
asked Why does Wizards of the Coast print terrible MTG cards?
Mar
13
comment Looking for the “magic'al” formula
+1 for "once you get to 8 mana it doesn't matter any more." In my experience competitive players barely ever pay 8 mana for a spell unless most of their deck is designed to get them there.
Mar
11
comment How are the maps provided with Diplomacy supposed to be used?
So you wouldn't recommend writing on them at all?
Mar
11
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
11
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
11
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
10
asked Preventing early elimination from ruining someone's first game of Diplomacy?
Mar
10
asked How are the maps provided with Diplomacy supposed to be used?
Mar
7
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
2
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
17
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
17
comment Where can I get custom Magic: the Gathering cards printed?
Putting them in opaque sleeves in front of a real card of the same color in the way to go. The massive savings I got from proxying justified paying $35 for 600 sleeves in my case. :)