Anish Athalye

Dotbot is a tool that bootstraps your dotfiles, designed to be lightweight and self-contained, with no external dependencies and no installation required.

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git-remote-dropbox is a transparent bidirectional bridge between Git and Dropbox. It lets you use a Dropbox folder or a shared folder as a true Git remote!

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An implementation of the neural style algorithm in TensorFlow.

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Porcupine is a fast linearizability checker for testing the correctness of distributed systems. It takes sequential specification as executable Go code, along with a concurrent history, and determines whether the history is linearizable with respect to the sequential specification.

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Periscope gives you "duplicate vision" to help you organize and de-duplicate your files without losing data.

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Seashells lets you pipe output from command-line programs to the web in real-time, even without installing any new software on your machine.

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Lumen is a menu bar application for macOS that magically sets the screen brightness based on your screen contents.

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Gavel is a project expo judging system that uses fancy math to get good results. It was first used at HackMIT 2015, and it's been used at dozens of other hackathons since then.

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Gemini is a modern LaTex beamerposter theme, with a focus on being clean, minimal, and looking great out of the box.

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Auriga is a minimalist LaTeX beamer presentation theme.

NeuralHash Collider finds target hash collisions for Apple's NeuralHash perceptual hash function.

OffiX is a WiFi-based presence tracking system for physical spaces.

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proof-html is a GitHub Action to validate HTML using HTMLProofer.

A Hubot plugin that expands mentions of groups.

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An easy-to-use macro system for Hubot.

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A configuration management system for Hubot.

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My dotfiles that I've been using since 2013, powered by Dotbot.

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Classes teach you all about advanced topics within CS, from operating systems to machine learning, but there’s one critical subject that’s rarely covered, and is instead left to students to figure out on their own: proficiency with their tools. Missing Semester teaches how to master the command-line, use a powerful text editor, use fancy features of version control systems, and much more!