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Thomas Leathers

Hi, I'm Thomas, chief developer of the SBTCVM project, and all around artist and programmer. I do have more of an understanding of balanced ternary than most i would say.

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re: Workspace Wednesday: Show off your computer and desk setups!
Bit chaotic (this lockdown has left me with a bit too much ti...
re: Which Techie Are You?
Number 2 Especially... Messy artist desk here... yes i do h...
re: Which Linux distribution is your favorite and why?
Debian stable Ive been using Debian for a few months now, a...
re: FizzBuzz challenge in as many languages as possible
SSTNPL is somthing i put together for SBTCVM specifically. ...
re: FizzBuzz challenge in as many languages as possible
Language: SSTNPL Code: var remain3=+ var remain5=+ uiter...
re: What have been the broken promises of computer technology?
That smartphones & tablets were somehow going to ruin ...
re: What are your non-tech interests/hobbies? 🏝
well, i do have a few games written in python (using pygame...
re: What are your non-tech interests/hobbies? 🏝
Gaming, visual art (varied), music creation, fiction writin...
re: JavaScript quirks in one image from the Internet
because of my experience working on SBTCVM, a base 3 virtua...
re: JavaScript quirks in one image from the Internet
being a python dev who writes desktop applications & ga...
re: What was your win this week?
This week, I Wrote a lossless decompression algorithm for m...
re: Have you ever designed your own language?
I have designed a few smaller script languages for some pro...
re: Which programming languages do you use and why?
Python: my second language. started learning it after getti...
re: What's your favorite Markdown editor?
I tried a few markdown editors, but eventually wound up usi...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (Dec 17th edition)
The SBTCVM Project : A project centered around developing b...
re: Remember phonebooks?
Ah, interactive CD-ROM encyclopedias. Once they seemed so f...
re: Remember phonebooks?
Must be partly why vinyl records have made a comeback. its ...
re: Whats the most obscure open source project you've worked on?
As far as me 2 projects come to mind: SBTCVM SBTCVM is a...
re: What's the difference between a library and a framework?
Agreed. A framework requires code to be structured around i...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (September 17 edition)
firstly: its doing more than abstracting CPU and memory. its ...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (September 17 edition)
SBTCVM, a balanced ternary virtual machine project, which is ...
re: I'm the lead developer of SBTCVM, a FOSS balanced ternary VM project, Ask Me Anything!
Basically SBTCVM simulates a ternary computer. It has 19683...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (August 13 edition)
The SBTCVM project, a project centered around Balanced Tern...
re: How to keep calm while dealing with bugs?
When I'm feeling frustrated by a bug, I take a break and co...
re: I'm the lead developer of SBTCVM, a FOSS balanced ternary VM project, Ask Me Anything!
Here are some of the main ones: Research: SBTCVM has its ...
re: I'm the lead developer of SBTCVM, a FOSS balanced ternary VM project, Ask Me Anything!
I suppose i could try. :) SBTCVM has several major parts: ...
re: Do you schedule time and tasks for refactors?
In my own experience, there are times that code gets to a p...
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (July 23 edition)
I'm the lead developer of SBTCVM, a balanced ternary virtua...
re: What was your first computer?
IBM PS/note 386 with MS-DOS 6.22 and Windows 3.1 running in...
re: What are the unwritten rules of development?
Visuals<functionality. Its much better to have an ugly U...
re: What Is Your Main Language?
Python is my main one, with most of my work in it involving...
re: What are you working on these days?
Well, my main project is still SBTCVM, a balanced ternary v...
re: What do you do when you encounter a hard to fix bug?
a few tricks: One trick is to read through your code as if ...
re: What are your programming goals for 2018?
well the engine is called Desutezeoid. The basic design pre...
re: What are your programming goals for 2018?
Where to start? oh yes, SBTCVM. Short explanation: SBTCVM...
re: The odd one out: Working With Unusual Programming Projects.
to clarify, What SBTCVM's VM virtualizes is still technical...
re: The odd one out: Working With Unusual Programming Projects.
Not really... Balanced ternary in an electrical sense, is j...
re: Where do you keep your technical documentation?
Well, Over at the SBTCVM project (a Project that develops a...
re: What apps, software, or tools do you use and why?
I use many tools to program, but primarily i use: GIMP - ...
re: The Balanced Ternary Machines of Soviet Russia
Quite an interesting read. Though i must say i probably hav...
re: Welcome Thread - v2
I'm a self-taught programmer, auto mechanic by trade. By fa...
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