In this project, I recreate a Python project that inspired me, to find out counterexamples of Riemann Hypothesis by searching across integers, in Golang.
This includes setting up a project using git, test-driven development, using a database, deploying the project on cloud, scaling and productionizing.
The optimization problem is solved by expressing it as a linear programming equation and solving it using the PuLP package in python.
This project was done in a personal capacity as a way to automate manual detection of plagiarism for a campus recruitment drive.
Duolingo has the concept of a “streak freeze” in the in-app shop by which you can spend the Duo currency you’ve earned by advancing across levels to buy a component in-app which prevents you to from losing your hard-earned streak, just for that day. Once the streak freeze is used, you have to buy a new one from the market again in order to be able to use it. What if you’re out for multiple days in a row and you’re not in a position to play/buy the streak freeze?
This package has been on CRAN since 2016 with two major releases and many minor/patch releases and Has 70+ stars, with 80K downloads, currently averaging ~2000 downloads per month.