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About

I do a lot of technical writing, and I've decided to set up this patreon page for anyone who would like to see more of the articles I write related to algorithms, compilers or Linux command-line tricks.

A few examples of my most popular work:

A slightly faster myers diff algorithm (with visualization):
http://blog.robertelder.org/diff-algorithm/

Visualizing what virtual memory looks like with 256 bytes of RAM:
http://blog.robertelder.org/virtual-memory-with-256-bytes-of-ram/

Encoding several seconds of audio into self-contained Linux commands:
http://blog.robertelder.org/fast-meme-transform/

Notes on building a C compiler type system:
http://blog.robertelder.org/building-a-c-compiler-type-system-the-formidable-declarator/

Check our more of my work at:

http://blog.robertelder.org/
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$22.92 of $40 per month
Reaching my $1 goal was a substantial milestone for my Patreon account, but what if it was just a fluke and nobody really likes the stuff that I create?  If I can reach $40 per month (especially if it came from more than a few pledges), that would suggest to me that I should really start taking Patreon seriously and updating the content frequently.
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