Monsters representing breadth first search, depth first search, and a stack data structure.
Bipartite graphs as monsters: We who are different are connected.
This monster is almost one year old.
Gotta love this monster’s candid expression!
This is possibly the cutest thing I have ever created! The middle illustration peels off into its own sticker.
If you’re ever frustrated, feeling like, “No one is listening to me!!” just look at this sweet monster.
This shape embodies the illusion that everyone else knows exactly where to go, and fits perfectly into what they do.
These monsters are enjoying the weekend so far! Looks like they won’t be going anywhere.
A friendly monster to welcome in the weekend! This has happened before.
Another slide from my talk, this image represents the end of a short story about how a CSS algorithm saved the day!
These monsters are working on a house of cards, an experience similar to working on a code-base that has not been tended to appropriately over the years! This is a slide from my “Algorithms in CSS” talk.
Do you know the one I’m talking about? Boba fet, maybe?
Look at this nice monster with flowers coming out of its nose. A+ boogers.
Well, hello there, weekend!
I drew this monster while having dinner at a nice bar in Dayton, OH called “Lucky’s”. The burgers didn’t look like this…err on second thought, I didn’t order one so I don’t know!