### geek stuff

in no particular order ...

- a tutorial for building a JumpStart server to install the Solaris operating system over a network
- a C program to produce a problem worksheet and solution set for factoring randomly generated
quadratic equations, printing two .pdf files,
one containing the questions and one containing the solutions; the program runs on windows but requires LaTeX to produce the math
type-setting and .pdf files
- in my second year of university I (somewhat presumptuously) took a graduate-level course in computer-aided graphic design (CAGD);
here is a paper I wrote on the degree-reduction of Bezier curves. (this is a little esoteric)
- one of my favourite courses at university was Real Analysis (the theory of calculus); here are some results pertaining to
sequences
that I found lying around on an old hard drive
- some math review notes (Taylor Series, etc) that I prepared for a course in numerical methods