The last few months I've not done a terrible amount hobby programming; I spent much of the time interviewing (successfully!) at Rackspace and, since arriving in San Antonio, have been busy learning the team code-base. There were a few hobby projects I finished during February-April period, the one I'm most pleased with is a ternary search trie, a data-structure described by Bentley and Sedgewick in their 1996 paper Fast Algorithms for Searching and Sorting Strings, among other places.
I wrote an implementation from the paper with the intention of writing a Scrabble bot around it, but I'll probably not finish that project. I'm releasing the code, extracted from the Scrabble bot under the MIT license. Find it on Github. Novel features:
- extensively typed
- uses proper to test algorithm properties
- works only on strings, as typed
- never stress tested nor optimized for performance
- the work of idle hands, not necessarily careful