This blog has a really interesting assortment of articles on mathematics and programming. You can use the tags to your right to find topics that interest you, or you may want to have a look at

- the problems I wrote to get your brain working;
- some twitter proofs of mathematical facts.

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Three mathematicians discuss a beautiful flower garden and the coloured flowers within.

Two realtors discuss who's netting the award for highest average commission, but it isn't clear who the winner is...

Today I learned how to use JavaScript functions in PyScript.

Today I learned how to use `rich`

for beautiful tracebacks in the REPL and how to use it to log prettier exceptions.

Today I learned how you can do beautiful console logging by using the module `rich`

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Here is how you can commit only part of a file with git.

This is the story of how I started contributing to open source and, in particular, how I tackled issue #2073 of the well-known Python library `rich`

, by Will McGugan.

Learn how to do code syntax highlighting in PowerPoint!

Please help me identify these 100 light bulbs by turning ON and OFF their switches.

Let me show you characteristics of APL that will influence your understanding of programming concepts and the way you use other languages.

We discuss the look-and-say sequence, its behaviour, variations of it, and a Python implementation.

Today I learned how to install the starship cross-shell prompt on Windows for the PowerShell.

Today I learned that the length of the terms of the “look-and-say” sequence has a well-defined growth rate.

Can you find the centre of the circle with just five lines?

Today I learned how to use the function `pandas.show_versions`

to get system diagnostic information.

Today I learned how to run the black Python code formatter as a pre-commit hook on git.