Sup?! Over the past few weeks/months I have been incredibly busy, as you can probably guess from my lack of attention to this site. That doesn’t, however, translate into getting nothing done. My
GitHub account tells a different story. As does my BitBucket account but that one is where I host all my private repos, sorry.
Yes, software. Did you expect anything less vague? I have created software for less than 10 years now and my understanding has changed immensely. I still remember struggling with a shuffle algorithm for a blackjack game I wrote in college, now i would just do a `gem install cards`, kidding, but not entirely. Software in academia is very different then that of the real world. You don’t need to beat the horse to show that you know how to implement a stack, a queue, a list and all there related functions. Usually you don’t need to think about how your `O(n)` will turn out for this function or how performant your sql query will be. There is scoping around everything. If you have an admin page that takes 10 seconds to run a giant query for all payroll reports but the corner office wants that report all at once, you make it so.
Adventures in Angular
AiA I know I have mentioned it before but, man,
Adventures in Angular, nerdy or not, is really fun to listen to. I wish there were more. I listen to one on the way to work and one on the way home which usually ends up depleting my stash of things to listen to very quickly.