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My Latest Project

04/19/12 | by Charlie [mail] | Categories: Web, Travel
Check out my latest project, Yale Travelogue! A site that let's Yalies old and new alike coordinate travel and connect across the globe. We won 1st in the YCC app challenge yesterday and are excited to continue to improve upon it. Enjoy! more »

Numbered Markers in Leaflet

04/02/12 | by Charlie [mail] | Categories: Web, Technology
UPDATE: A Gist with the code is available here. You will still need to download the image I mention below. One of the projects I'm currently working on deals heavily with mapping locations. Although Google Maps is great, I decided to go with a newer… more »

The Open-Source Experience (Pt. 4)

08/23/10 | by Charlie [mail] | Categories: Web, Technology
My Involvement Thus far I?ve only talked about my work with CKEditor, however back in high school I was involved with another project called ALP (Autonomous LAN Party). I found it when I was searching for LAN party software and became interested in… more »

The Open-Source Experience (Pt. 3)

08/20/10 | by Charlie [mail] | Categories: Web, Technology
Pros/Cons In case you haven?t caught on to how open-source software works, we?re in the middle of a lengthy discussion about how it all works. Next stop, pros and cons. Let?s get the biggest pro out of the way. IT?S FREE. Horray. But there ar… more »

The Open-Source Experience (Pt. 2)

08/17/10 | by Charlie [mail] | Categories: Current Events, Technology
This is part two in our look at open source software, this edition covers how open-source software comes into being and is developed essentially for free! Contributing: Normal companies like Microsoft, Google, etc. pay people to develop software,… more »

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A collection of musings from my time at Yale along with some thoughts about my "Freshman year of life" in San Francisco.


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