New Angular Demos on Github

It’s almost as bad as Sharknado sequels – the infamous Quaternion Calculator is back for yet another appearance, this time with Angular and the Akita state management system.  If that’s not enough for you, then look…

Typescript Programming Test Problems Repo Update

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Sorry for the lack of blog posts – I’ve been extremely busy with a gig over the last several months. I recently received an inquiry regarding a problem to be included in the Typescript Programming Test…

Angular 5, Typescript, and Deep Learning

One of the coolest tools to be introduced in the recent spate of those targeted to the deep learning community is Google’s DeeplearnJS.  Although there are some good introductory examples on the site, little exists on…

Reactive, Data-Driven Finite State Machine

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TL;DR – This project is open source and the following description is rather long.  It is also largely a repeat of information found in the Readme file on Github.  So, if you are anxious for code, then fast-forward…

Angular Dev Toolkit Sequencing Engine

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This is a follow-up to my post about Decision Trees and the process of replacing complex (and static) logic in programs with a data-driven methodology.  A single decision tree can be a valuable tool, but as…

Angular Dev Toolkit Decision Tree

The Angular Dev Toolkit is my client-only Angular/Typescript library.  This library of Angular components/directives/validators and Typescript code is installed for all my contract clients and is part of my overall value proposition to organizations. I’ve worked…

Angular 5 Graphing Component

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I often work on highly interactive applications and components, the constituents of which are often difficult to test and demonstrate outside of some sense of position in a physical space.  The space must be represented in a…

Angular Dev Toolkit

A unique selling proposition or value proposition is a key component to a personal or company brand.  While my personal brand is the ideal blend of math, science, and software engineering, I always like to enhance…