It turns out that the English language isn't sufficiently rich
to describe my life, so I've added a few helpful words and
What happens during an installation of Windows, especially
when you've upgraded some hardware and Windows is trying in
vain to figure out what's going on.
The quest to find an unoccupied washroom stall in UVic's
Engineering Lab Wing. On a bad day, this requires covering
most of the distance of three floors, often ending up in a
different building entirely.
When a single good idea is drawn out over a vast series of
publications. I may be doing this myself one day, so I
decline to commit to this being a good or a bad thing :-)
I am currently searching for a Ph.D. topic which meets the
- hasn't been explored extensively;
- is interesting in a publishable sense;
- is guaranteed to produce positive results in 2-3 years;
- doesn't violate many municipal, provincial, or federal
- will interest me for 2-3 years;
- satisfies my supervisor.
- has something to do with compilers.
Needless to say, I'm open to suggestions.
- J. Aycock and M. Levy. An Architecture for Easy Web Page Updating.
ACM Crossroads, to appear.
- J. Aycock and N. Horspool. Faster Generalized LR Parsing. CC
'99 -- 8th International Conference on Compiler
Construction (LNCS 1575), Springer-Verlag, 1999,
- J. Aycock. Compiling Little Languages in Python. Proceedings
of the 7th International Python Conference, 1998, pp. 69-77.
- J. Aycock. Converting Python Virtual Machine Code to C. Proceedings
of the 7th International Python Conference, 1998, pp. 43-50.
Feel free to disagree with me
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