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What personal projects have you worked on? by janebleyre in cscareerquestions

[–]Theriley106 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Of course!

Everything is written in Python. I'm using ADB to grab the UI Automator file from the phone, which shows coordinates of all of the items on the screen.

After getting the UI Automator file, the program takes a screenshot on the device and transfer the file to the computer. It crops the Tinder profile pic using the coordinates in the UI Automator file, and it runs that profile pic through Python's "FacialRecognition" module. It returns an array of coordinates of each face on the screen, but I just grab the length of the array, which indicates the amount of faces in the profile picture.

To prevent bot detection, it randomizes the coordinates when it swipes left/right, and it adds a random timeout between swipes.

Here is a link to the github repo

And here is a vid of the actual bot running

I did some Text Analysis on /r/Nootropics. Here are the Top Nootropics by Post-Frequency [Analysis in Comments] by Theriley106 in Nootropics

[–]Theriley106[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Of course! There's honestly no significance to it at all, It's just been my username for a while. It's based on a childhood pets name, and the numbers are just random.

What personal projects have you worked on? by janebleyre in cscareerquestions

[–]Theriley106 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I spend way too much time programming, so I have a ton of personal projects that I've worked on.

  • Program that finds Arbitrage opportunities in Amazon's Textbook Marketplace (Python)

  • Framework that allows you to automate physical Android Devices and rapidly generate unit tests for Android Applications (Python)

  • Flask Web App that finds unmarked clearance items at Walmart stores across the US (Python)

  • Program that swipes left/right on Mobile Dating Applicationstinder depending on the amount of people in a profile picture (Python)

  • Open-Sourced python "Bot" for Yeezy releases (w/ Youtube tutorial series)

  • Python program that generates Nightcore music by doing OCR on Youtube videos (Python)

  • Investopedia Bot that generates consistent positive returns by exploiting a small timing discrepancy in the platform, with a Flask Web App to interact with the bot (Python)

  • "Smart Alarm Clock" that detects REM Sleep cycles and wakes you up at ideal times. (C++)

Leetcode as a Freshman? by Mooner99267 in cscareerquestions

[–]Theriley106 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Sure thing! I just use the free version, but I know premium unlocks a ton of features that could be useful.

If I were you, I would pick an arbitrary number of problems you want to do, and after solving all of them buy the premium membership this summer to do company specific questions.

Leetcode as a Freshman? by Mooner99267 in cscareerquestions

[–]Theriley106 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Start now! The earlier the better honestly.

I think Leetcode really helped me develop as a programmer, and it's great to get ahead by starting Freshman year.

how to sell my 11 tesla shares without crashing the market ??? by Theriley106 in wallstreetbets

[–]Theriley106[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I could potentially use a zero-cost collar, a method of offsetting volatility in long positions.

I'm planning on purchasing an identical amount of both puts and calls, and setting the strike price of the call at which the premium received is equal to the premium of the protective put I purchase. Essentially offsetting any market swings triggered by my 11 share transaction.

This would fully protect my existing long position with little or no cost since the premium paid for the protective puts is offset by the premiums received for writing the covered calls.

Thoughts?

I did some Text Analysis on /r/Nootropics. Here are the Top Nootropics by Post-Frequency [Analysis in Comments] by Theriley106 in Nootropics

[–]Theriley106[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I posted a ton of visualizations, and one of them is a Bar Graph. I posted the dataset as well if you want to mess around with it.

I did some Text Analysis on /r/Nootropics. Here are the Top Nootropics by Post-Frequency [Analysis in Comments] by Theriley106 in Nootropics

[–]Theriley106[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

They're just more visually appealing, haha. It was harder to read when they were gray, so I just made them random colors.

I did some Text Analysis on /r/Nootropics. Here are the Top Nootropics by Post-Frequency [Analysis in Comments] by Theriley106 in Nootropics

[–]Theriley106[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Hahaha, I totally misunderstood that comment. And just Caffeine. I'm not really too familiar with Nootropics tbh, so I don't have a daily stack that I take.

I did some Text Analysis on /r/Nootropics. Here are the Top Nootropics by Post-Frequency [Analysis in Comments] by Theriley106 in Nootropics

[–]Theriley106[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Haha, I figured someone would ask this. I'm honestly not really too familiar with Nootropics so I'm not on any stacks right now. I guess my answer would be way too much Caffeine if that counts, haha.

I did some Text Analysis on /r/Nootropics. Here are the Top Nootropics by Post-Frequency [Analysis in Comments] by Theriley106 in Nootropics

[–]Theriley106[S] 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Good catch! Yeah, it definitely would have picked up "GABA System".

I just ran the following SQL query through BQ:

SELECT
  body, created_utc

FROM [fh-bigquery:reddit_comments.all]

WHERE (subreddit = "StackAdvice" OR subreddit = "Nootropics")
AND (LOWER(body) LIKE LOWER("% GABA System %"))

It returned 118 Responses. A lot of those responses mention both the Nootropic and the GABA System, but not all of them do, so that data point is definitely skewed. Sorry about that, I tried to catch as many of those as possible, but I wasn't familiar with the GABA System.

Does interning help by Dhimitri1 in ApplyingToCollege

[–]Theriley106 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yeah, an internship is a really strong EC.

I hit 3k karma by AngolanSacerdotalism in teenagers

[–]Theriley106 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Those are rookie numbers in this racket...