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My name is Brad Root and I'm a software engineer, music aficionado, video game junkie, and occasional unicyclist.

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4 posts tagged with 'numu'
Numu Tracker Shut Down

After three years of Numu Tracker being a part of my life (the first year of it spent slowly developing it), I am moving on and shutting it down as of today. There's several reasons for it, so I figure I will briefly talk about them as honestly as I can, and also reflect on what I learned along the way. Why shut it down? As Numu got more popular, I ended up getting forced into a fairly expensive…

What I'm Up To - Week 24, 2019

Hi! Welcome, this is my weekly post where I talk about what I did over the course of the week. This week was another fairly easy week, because I took a mini-vacation Langton's Ant (Map) Early this week I continued work on the Langton's Ant experiment I wrote about last week. I decided to keep running with the "landscape generator" idea and made some big changes. Namely, the use of Langton's ant…

What I'm Up To - Week 22, 2019

Hi! Welcome, this is my weekly post where I talk about, well, what I did over the course of the week. I took it relatively easy on myself this week, so there's not a ton to talk about. Life Saver I promoted the release of Life Saver a little on Reddit (on r/iOSProgramming, r/Swift) and on two Slack communities (iOS Developers HQ, LA Design & Development). Not a huge response in regards to comments…

What I'm Up To - Week 19, 2019

I've decided to try to set myself a weekly goal of writing about whatever I did or learned about this week, just to get into the habit of writing regularly again. I'm always working on something, so I figure I should be able to find something to say about it. Aeon Garden Screensaver I'm going to include something I did at the end of last week: I got screensaver support merged in! It was really…