Hi, I'm Franklin Qin.
In this blog I talk about how this blog was built, developed, and transformed to the current state.
2011 年的夏天，刚刚结束中考的我与 AMA 一起由重庆朝天门码头乘船溯流而下，至湖北宜昌而终。其中经过的最美的景色是三峡中的小三峡，但我当时却无暇欣赏美景，只因眼神不好，看不清导游所指的许多悬棺。懊恼之际，上岸后偶然在一博物馆的玻璃展览柜中遇到一本讲述悬棺的书：重庆出版社于 1992 年出版的《中国悬棺葬》，顿生好奇。但因玻璃之隔，无法阅读，更是恼怒。
The question of whether a computer can think is no more interesting than the question of whether a submarine can swim.
Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
During the past summer, I worked at a friend's tech startup and established a course scheduling system. I served as a full stack engineer for backend, frontend, and algorithm. In the following I will share some ideas and insights on the algorithm.
A few weeks ago, I was invited to a friend's house. On the table I saw the Tower of Hanoi game. I immediately realized with intuition that the total number of steps to move should be exponential to the number of disks, but I could not think of a proof at the time. Thus, I write this blog about this interesting ancient problem.