So I redid my website again (big surprise) but I think I'm okay with
it for now. This time I decided I wanted another static site generator,
but the ones out there either had a lot of auto configuration or
features I didn't really need. So I figured I'd make my own, and add
features myself as I need them. One place I got inspiration for this is
the Rust blog.
Last Friday I finished by first research experience for undergraduates (REU)!
I learned about quantum transfer methods on graphs and quantum computation.
The final draft for the project can be found
(if that link is gone, please email me for a copy).
I had the great pleasure to work with Whitney Drazen (our advisor) and Noble Mushtak on this project!
Read more for a bit of a rushed summary.
Whenever I make a new page on my site, I had to copy an existing
page and modify the contents to avoid having to manually copy over the boilerplate header
and script contents. I came across Building a Website with Scribble,
which demonstrated the scribble/html language, and
I decided to give it a try.
I decided to start a blog of sorts, in order to track my learning and experiments.
It'll probably be more for my own record keeping, but who knows! :)