Joshua Cantrell's Technical WWW Page
The Content Summary of this Page
- Disclaimer - References to my human
imperfection and fallibility.
- Introduction - Introduction of the
purpose of this page.
- Computer Science - Links to my published
computer science works.
- Electrical Engineering - Links to my published
electrical engineering works.
- Resume - Everything an employer would like to know.
- Links - Other links of a technical nature.
I make no claim on the authority of whatever I say on this page or any pages
linked to this page. My pages are for the spreading of knowledge and ideas
that will be left for the reader to decide whether they are true or not.
I will not be liable for anything that happens to the reader after reading
anything I have written here. The programs or algorithms that anyone uses
from my page are used at the user's risk and discretion, so that if they
don't work or problems occur after using them, then I will not be held
responsible. If any of this conflicts with laws in any city, county, state,
country, or territory, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can
Although I'm trying to make this page have to do with everything I'm doing
and learning, at the moment I find it easier to develop useful pages based
on computer science topics rather than circuit design. Now that I'm a
graduate student studying integrated circuit design, I should be able to
make some useful discoveries and nifty circuits worth sharing with everyone.
Although I am studying to be an Electrical Engineer, my hobby is computer
programming. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), I'm best at making
algorithms and coding them into programming languages that I know, rather
than finishing entire programs. When I do start on projects to build
programs, I often find myself making a tree with the end project at the
top, and all of the support components branching down. I then work up
from the lowest level up, testing everything thoroughly as I climb up to
make sure everything works properly. This helps to eliminate the problem
with having an overwhelming number of errors at the end of a project.
I'm a firm believer in correct coding at the start to avoid excessive
mending of the pieces at the end.
I'm a graduate student at UCLA (University of California at Los Angeles)
studying integrated circuits. For this reason, I suspect that I will
have links to some great papers soon. I have done some tinkering with
bread board designs, however I have never thought them to be anything
better than basic. If I find a design that I believe has enough merit
to be shared, I'll be sure to have a link to it on this page.
This is a collection of information that an employer or similarly background
critical person would like to know about me.
I derive my experiences from people I meet, things I do, articles and books
I read, and other sources of enlightenment. Some of these exist on the WWW
and I would like to share their location with anyone else who might benefit
from their existance.
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