Creating a Brainfuck Kernel for IPython

You can find the code for the brainfuck kernel here.

Intro to IPython

Wouldn’t it be awesome if you were able to write some beautiful pieces of code in your browser, and have the ability to run your code and display the results in that browser?

As many people already know, and you’ve probably guessed from the heading, that’s exactly what IPython does. An incredible piece of (free) software where, using python code, you can create beautiful IPython Notebooks which can be saved, shared and viewed in any browser. It offers lots of other features for data scientists, bloggers and developers; but today, I’m only interested in the Notebook feature.

Fantasy Premier League Algorithm Results – Week 7

Recently, I created an algorithm to assess the likelihood of players performing well in the Fantasy Premier League, and I can confirm the results are in!

I created a blog post about this, which includes the full list of predictions. I also made the Python code available on Github so everyone/anyone can to contribute to, use, copy or steal it.