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## Something new!

I had gotten a bit burned out after writing a few posts just about wave physics, so I thought I'd start exploring and writing about something else.

This post and the next one are inspired (and really... Read more

Tagged as: physics, thermodynamics, maxwellrelations, maths, partialdifferentials, totalderivatives, exactdifferentials

Date Posted: 13/02/2018

## Intro

In this brief part of the waves series, we will be defining the concept of impedance of a string. Impedance is an important concept in many physical systems, as it will usually impact how much energy you are... Read more

Tagged as: physics, waves, strings, impedance

Date Posted: 12/02/2018

## Break from Physics

After four consecutive posts about waves, I thought it would nice to write this post as a chill, relaxing break from physics. About two weeks ago, I attended Global Game Jam 2018 with some of my... Read more

Tagged as: globalgamejam, hackathon, gamedevelopment

## Intro

In transmission systems, we are often interested in the amount of power that we can transmit given particular conditions. So it would be helpful to derive an expression for the power in terms of the physical conditions of your... Read more

Tagged as: physics, waves, strings, energy, power

## Wave Energy

This post carries on from the discussion in the previous two: Waves I and Waves II. It's recommended to have a... Read more

Tagged as: physics, waves, strings, waveequation, energy

## Welcome back

This will be a very brief post, continiuing directly from the previous one, where I will be showing that the speed of waves propagating on a string is given by the relation:

Tagged as: physics, waves, strings, waveequation, wavespeed

## A new series!

Welcome to the first part of a new series about the physics of waves I'm starting. In my post about blog... Read more

Tagged as: physics, waves, strings, waveequation

## Motivation

I came across this issue fairly recently. For a particular feature of my app, The Standard Model, I... Read more

Tagged as: reactnative, appdevelopment, programming, javascript, reactnavigation

## Intro

In this guide, I will show you how I would do proper dismissable modal screens using the React Navigation system for React Native.

I will assume you are... Read more

Tagged as: reactnative, appdevelopment, programming, javascript

Date Posted: 09/01/2018

# Welcome back to the Blog!

🎉Happy New Year🎉 (it's the 9th of January, I don't know if it's too late for this)!

This is just a very short blog post to give a quick update to what I've been up to so far. I didn't... Read more

Tagged as: blog, plans, general, computerscience, physics

## Hello!

This will be a much needed break from the relatively intense physics blog posts from before. In this article, I will simply be writing about myself! Specifically, I will be telling you about how I came to start programming... Read more

Tagged as: programming, computerscience, c#

## Let's go on!

In the first part of this series, I introduced the Standard Model and gave a brief introduction about fermions, which are the particles that make up everything we can see,... Read more

Tagged as: physics, symmetries, thestandardmodel, particlephysics, particleinteractions, feynmandiagrams

## Why is this a prelude?

I was in the final stages of writing a blog post about particle interactions and Feynman Diagrams when I decided to pause for a bit and write this instead. I had structured that article such that I present... Read more

Tagged as: physics, symmetries, thestandardmodel, particlephysics, particleinteractions, feynmandiagrams

## Why am I posting this?

I have recieved some brilliant constructive feedback about my previous article, Observers affecting reality? The... Read more

Tagged as: physics, quantumphysics, doubleslitexperiment, particlephysics, observation

## Introduction

The modern double slit experiment demonstrates one of the weirdest, and perhaps fundamentally the only weird, phenomenon about quantum mechanics. Do observers affect reality? Are particles "conscious" of what's... Read more

Tagged as: physics, quantumphysics, doubleslitexperiment, particlephysics, observation

Date Posted: 30/04/2017

The last two articles I've written for the blog were part of the Particle Physics series. While this article relates to more general physics, we will still... Read more

Tagged as: physics, symmetries, thestandardmodel, particlephysics

## Where were we?

In part 1 of this series, I introduced the Standard Model and the four fundamental forces that govern... Read more

Tagged as: physics, particlephysics, thestandardmodel, qcd, quantumchromodynamics

## Introduction

I have been an enthusiast of particle physics ever since my first encounter with the Standard Model of Particle Physics about 4 years ago. I was simply completely charmed by the way it explained the underlying reasons... Read more

Tagged as: physics, particlephysics, thestandardmodel

Date Posted: 10/04/2017

## Hi! Thanks for visiting

This is the very first blog post I make to Devdude.me

The purpose of this website is to show off my work in a more personal manner than Uzusoft.com. On this... Read more

Tagged as: firstpost, starwars, startrek, wow, computingscience, physics, programming

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