Teb's Lab
A curious human who just wants to watch the world learn.


A curious human on a mission to watch the world learn


I think programming is a bit of a super-power. With Teb’s Lab I hope to inspire people to love software, science, and math the way I do. Teb’s Lab is focused on making technology more accessible, teaching technology topics, and trying to use technology for the betterment of society. At the lab we believe that the world is multi-disciplinary. That the best version of the future is built by a wide variety of people with different skills, backgrounds, and ideologies. I am always searching for connections between the sciences, the humanities, law, politics, and all of the other threads that tie humanity together.

Enjoy, and never stop learning.


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The Lab writes about the social implications of computer programming, mathematical musings about the Fibbonacci sequence, software tutorials, and more on Medium.

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Open Source Projects

At Teb’s Lab we believe in the power of programming and in sharing. We have released several projects to the public domain including code for websites, browser games, machine learning samples, and computer science teaching materials.

At Teb’s Lab, we aren’t great at capitalism. We relinquish many of our intellectual property rights to the public domain because we think that’s good for society. To keep the lights on we sell our writing, publish articles behind Medium’s paywall, and do some contract work on the side. We also have a Patreon account. Becoming a patron confers benefits like access to some private Github repos, access to the members-only Slack channel, and early access to Medium articles.