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<meta name="twitter:description" content="Generators are a powerful feature of the Python programming language. In a nutshell, generators let you write a function that behaves like an iterator. The standard approach to programming robot behaviors is based on state machines. However, robotics code is full of special cases, so a complex behavior will typically end up with a lot of bookkeeping cruft. Generators let us simplify the bookkeeping and express the desired behavior in a straightforward manner. (Idea originally due to Jim Bruce.)">
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<meta name="twitter:description" content="It’s been nearly two months since my last day at Google, so I guess I should finally make use of this newsletter :) I wrote a paper which was published on April 1st as part of SIGBOVIK 2019: “93% of Paint Splatters are Valid Perl Programs”. In this paper, I answer a long-standing open problem in the programming languages community: is it possible to smear paint on the wall without creating valid Perl?">
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<meta name="twitter:description" content="I can’t believe it’s here so quickly, but: today marks a year since my last day at Google. That seemed like a good occasion to dust off this newsletter &amp; let you know what I’ve been up to: making a videogame! I’m working on a stealth-based 2D platformer where you don’t have to kill anyone unless you want to. It’ll be possible to get through every level by sneaking and misdirection, but it’ll require you to be careful and tactical to do so… and of course if that doesn’t work out, you can always draw your swords and go in fighting! So far I’ve given it “Sneak” as a codename, but that’s definitely a placeholder until I can flesh out more of the world.">
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