2013-09-02 - MA 115 D1 (Boston University)
2013-09-02 - MA 225 D1 (Boston University)
2013-09-02 - Math 1342 - 11 (Northeastern University)
2013-06-26 - MA 225 Summer 2 2013 at BU.
2013-05-15 - MA 225 Summer 1 2013 at BU.
2012-05-16 - MA 225 Summer 2012 at BU.
2012-01-15 - MA 532 Spring 2012 at BU.
2011-09-19 - MA 115 Fall 2011 at BU.
2011-06-15 - MA 225 Summer 2011 at BU.
2011-01-24 - MA 213 Spring 2011 at BU.
2010-09-14 - MA 213 Fall 2010 at BU.
2010-04-27 - MA 123 Summer 2010 at BU.
2009-05-31 - MA 113 Summer 2009 at BU.
2008-06-23 - MA 122 Summer 2008 at BU.
2010-05-12 - Prime Crawler update is due in a few days or weeks. The math part includes a treatment of the distribution of strings of arbitrary finite length in the period (spoiler: they will tend to be equidistributed under certain conditions). The code will include a new data structure for so called sparse lines, which will allow for periods as large as the product of the first million primes.
2009-10-09 - Prime Crawler is a pseudo-random number generator I made up. Here is a description and some math [PDF] that goes with it.
As for the code (designed to be very vanilla c++, known to build in Slackware and Ubuntu), you can git it:
or get this tarball [tar.bz2]
2009-01-18 - Birthday problem: In a group of people whose birth dates are distributed randomly, independently and uniformly, what is the probability of the event that at least 2 people will have the same birth date? PDF, LaTeX
2008-06-23 - Staistical Haiku written by students in MA 115 class, taught in Spring 2008 (I was a teaching assistant then).