Franklin Pezzuti Dyer

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Welcome to my blog!

I'm Franklin, a computer science and math student at the University of New Mexico (just returned from a year abroad at the Universidad de Granada). Aside from my majors, some of my interests include philosophy and language-learning. On this blog I write about cool ideas and puzzles that hold my interest outside of work and class.

If you want, you can check out my activity on Math Stackexchange and Github as well.

I like to maintain this blog because I sometimes get fixated on an idea and find it really helpful to write out all of my thoughts in an organized way. Trying to explain an idea to someone else benefits me by helping me understand that idea on a deeper level and in simpler terms. It seems unlikely that there will ever be someone who enjoys reading my blog as much as I enjoy writing it!

Recent posts:

Asymptotic speedup and data structure interpolation 🇺🇸
Simple dependency injection using monads 🇺🇸
A look around Albuquerque in QGIS 🇺🇸 🇪🇸
RPi headless setup and remote connection 🇺🇸
Totality and non-standard recursion in Idris 🇺🇸 🇪🇸

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