Posts

Turns out that BFS is not the same as topological sort

July 22, 2023 | Reading Time: 4 min

algo
graphs

Graph algorithms explained through interactive visualizations


Thoughts on migrating DNS from Netlify to Cloudflare

April 19, 2023 | Reading Time: 2 min

short
dns
draft

DNS migration and open sourcing a tool used for it


Mob Programming and Rust

May 29, 2022 | Reading Time: 5 min

Rust
Mob Programming

Have you ever wanted to just think about what needs to be done and the code for it automagically gets written? Well, I have. In its ideal form, this is what pair/mob programming would do — the navigator(s) simply think about and express their idea of what needs to happen and the driver magically gets it done. In the real world though, this does not happen.


Hello there!

August 28, 2021 | Reading Time: 1 min

meta

Welcome to my blog


On water and systems

July 4, 2021 | Reading Time: 3 min

1,000 foot view

or how docker is a plumbing system


Solving A Git Murder Mystery

March 15, 2020 | Reading Time: 9 min

git

gitstery is a murder mystery game entirely contained in a git repo!


My old games

February 3, 2020 | Reading Time: 5 min

gaming

When I was in school, about 6-7 years ago, I had found a new hobby and passion - making games. I’m not sure how but I found a free 3D game maker named 3D Rad. I played around a lot with it on my ancient PC, which had a Pentium 4 and 1 Gigabyte of RAM.


Multiplanetary civilisation?

January 17, 2020 | Reading Time: 4 min

space

Elon Musk recently tweeted about the logistics requirements for a Multiplanetary civilisation. He says that at a minimum, megatons of equipment and other resources have to be put in orbit every year. For reference, a Saturn V (the launch vehicle used to send humans to the moon), can take a payload of around 140 tons to Low Earth Orbit. A launch of Saturn V costs $1.23 billion (in 2019 value). To reach the goal of a megaton per year there would have to be more than 7000 launches per year, or 20 launches per day!