• Static Site Generators: Jekyll vs Pelican vs Gatsby

    There are many static site generators out there! Which one to pick is far from trivial. In this post three generators used in some of my projects are being compared, helping you pick the right one for your next project! On JamStack there is a long list of generators to...


  • An Agent Based Model to look at Gwent Pro Ladder (results)

    With the Agent Based Model (ABM) from the previous post we can simulate any number of Gwent players, with known skill and play rate, playing throughout a season. Using this model we’ll try to get a firmer grasp on the ladder system and test whether this rewards skill or grinding...


  • An Agent Based Model to look at Gwent Pro Ladder (code)

    In an article I contributed to Team Bandit Gang’s website, data is shown about the number of games Pro Ranked players play at different ranks. Tough with the data that can be pulled from Gwent Masters assessing whether or not playing more will result in a higher ranking is difficult....


  • Guest Author for TBG!

    Recently my post on the analysis of Gwent Pro Rank data was picked up by a member of a Gwent Team, Team Bandit Gang, and they reached out! After pitching some ideas back and forth I ended up doing an analysis on climbing the ladder in Pro Rank. Want to...


  • Steganography using PIL and NumPy

    Steganography is the practice of hiding information in other images, audio, text, … You can add hidden messages to pictures, hide a file within another file, … Here we’ll try to hide some information inside an image. Images are essentially two dimensional lists of pixels, which in turn consist of...


  • Five reasons for 3D printing

    Want a professional finish for a project? That usually means you have to get a great looking and functional enclosure for it… 3D printing can be the solution here. Or you need a weird, oddly specific bracket to hold something in place? Again, you could turn to 3D printing for...


  • Kindle + Python = e-Ink Dashboard (part 2)

    In the last post a Kindle Paperwhite 3 was jailbroken, Python 3.8 installed and all boilerplate code was added to have a way to start our script and launch it from KUAL. Now we can actually dive into the actual Python code that will turn the device in a proper...

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