I am pleased to announce EnglishText.jl, a library that does all the dirty
work of handling English grammatical quirks. Presenting information to users
through prose presents many challenges that can be difficult to deal one. Not
least of those challenges is figuring out details like how to pluralize words,
when to use
an, and how to write out a list.
I’m Fengyang Wang. Sometimes I go by
@TotalVerb. Currently, I
study Mathematics at the University of Waterloo.
You can find me on GitHub. Here are some other places you might find me:
- Stack Overflow
- I (try to) maintain a blog, Kaninchensicher. The posts are on a wide variety of topics, but usually I discuss current and future events.
You can also read my résumé, if you like. Thanks for visiting!
I am pleased to announce EnglishText.jl, a library that does all the dirty work of handling English grammatical quirks. Presenting information to users through prose presents many challenges that can be difficult to deal one. Not least of those challenges is figuring out details like how to pluralize words, when to use
There’s a popular saying out in the wild:
I’ve become convinced that s-expressions are one of the best ways to encode data. And HTML, in many ways, is data.
I have created an IJulia (Jupyter) notebook showcasing automatic differentiation using multiple dispatch in Julia. This is a topic that I thought was quite cool, and I think it illustrates the power of multiple dispatch well. It’s been linked on the Teaching page.
I added a new Projects page that contains a few screenshots for my recent and non-recent projects. I intend to update this page frequently to highlight new and interesting projects.
Here is a five-part lesson package, complete with slides and assignments, prepared for the SJAM CS Club 2014–2015. I developed this along with my friend Ian Fox. It’s quite comprehensive and I hope it’s useful for some of you.
This is Currencies.jl, a production-ready library that provides a easy and consistent interface to monetary values. Check it out; the documentation should provide a starting point.
I finally released one of the projects I’m working on, liquid. It’s a simple game played by two people. The goal is to be the last person to have a legal move.
Along with Ian Fox and Advait Maybhate, at the recent Waterloo Tech Retreat, we made an app that makes finding nearby events much easier. We’re planning to continue working on this app. Right now we’ve got the basic functionality set up.
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