Jon McLoone

Writing



Thrust Supersonic Car Engineering Insights: Applying Multiparadigm Data Science

Wolfram Blog

11 Sep 2018

Programming Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi

MagPi

01 Aug 2018

Four Minecraft Projects with the Wolfram Language

Wolfram Blog

24 Jul 2018

Programming Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi

Wolfram Blog

05 Jul 2018

Tracking a descent to savagery with the Wolfram Language

Wolfram Blog

7 Dec 2017

How to Win at Risk: Exact Probalities

Wolfram Blog

20 Nov 2017

The need for multi-paradigm data science

Machina Summit

25 Sept 2017

Here Is the Hardest Word to Guess in Hangman, According to Science

Reader's digest

21 Aug 2017

Computational thinking

Teach Secondary Magazine

1 Jan 2017

Binary thinking — right for computers, wrong for the real world

The Financial Times

31 October 2015

Doing Spy Stuff with Mathematica (Russian translation)

Wolfram Blog (Russian)

29 July 2015

10 tips for fast Mathematica code (Russian translation)

Wolfram Blog (Russian)

17 July 2015

Droste effect with Mathematica (Russian translation)

Wolfram Blog (Russian)

1 July 2015

Knights Tour on and off the Chess Board

Wolfram Research Blog

4 September 2014

Rock Paper Scissors (Russian translation)

Wolfram Blog (Russian)

19 June 2014

How to win at Rock-Paper-Scissors

Wolfram Research Blog

20 January 2014

Is there any point to the 12 times table?

Wolfram Research Blog

26 June 2013

Why would a Mathematica user care about R?

Wolfram Research Blog

22 May 2013

Making of the facts of the moment plaque for the David Cameron visit

Wolfram Research Blog

28 March 2012

Announcing Wolfram Finance Platform

Wolfram Research Blog

15 March 2012

Wolfram Research gets visit from United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron

Wolfram|Alpha Blog

27 February 2012

United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron visits Wolfram Research

Wolfram Research Blog

27 February 2012

The longest word ladder puzzle ever

Wolfram Research Blog

12 January 2012

10 tips for writing fast Mathematica code

Wolfram Research Blog

7 December 2011

Building a microscopy application in Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

9 September 2011

Driving CUDA over the Grid

Wolfram Research Blog

14 July 2011

All rational approximations of Pi are Useless?

Wolfram Research Blog

30 June 2011

What shall we do with the drunken sailor?

Wolfram Research Blog

8 June 2011

The Battle of the Marlborough Maze at Blenheim Palace Continues

Wolfram Research Blog

21 December 2010

Automatic physical units in Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

9 December 2010

How to Make a Webcam Intruder Alarm with Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

10 November 2010

aMAZEing Image Processing in Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

3 November 2010

Scary Mathematica Movies for Halloween

Wolfram Research Blog

29 October 2010

Why You Should Care About The Obscure

Wolfram Research Blog

7 October 2010

New Algorithms Make Short Work of Challenging Problems

Wolfram Research Blog

1 October 2010

Do Computers Dumb Down Math Education?

Wolfram Research Blog

27 September 2010

Self-Description

Wolfram Research Blog

7 September 2010

Twisted Pictures

Wolfram Research Blog

1 September 2010

25 Best Hangman Words

Wolfram Research Blog

13 August 2010

Is the Weather Biased?

Wolfram Research Blog

29 July 2010

Doing Spy Stuff with Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

8 July 2010

UK Investment Returns under Conservative and Labour Governments

Wolfram Research Blog

3 May 2010

Mathematica Tests the St. Swithun’s Day Proverb

Wolfram Research Blog

15 Jan 2010

Musical Archaeology with Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

23 June 2009

Droste effect with Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

April 2009

Flag Analysis with Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

Feb 2009

Mapping my travels with Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

April 2008

Review of Mathematica 6

MSOR

Jan 2008

Mathematica 6

OR/MS Today

Oct 2007

Eating your own dogfood

Wolfram Research Blog

May 2007

Mad about algebra

Physics World

July 1993

Sandford water

Link magazine

2003

Breaking Secret Codes with Mathematica

Wolfram Research Blog

26 Jamuary 2011

Minecraft from Wolfram

Control Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi from Wolfram Language using my new package>>

Exact Risk Odds

I calculated the exact odds of winning battles in the game of risk. See them here