The concurrent programming in Erlang course ended this week. It's been informative. There's been a ton of resources shared (both in the course itself and in the comments), but wow I was spending much more than the 5 hours a week they said to expect. That's a good thing though
No one wants to fail. We'd like to succeed in life, to pass our exams, advance in our jobs, achieve our goals. And when we become bored with the usual challenges, we see who can eat the most hotdogs, throw a horse's shoe the farthest and get the most sacks
This past weekend was great weather-wise. Sunny and 70. Summer's around the corner but in Ohio there are never any guarantees... the weekend before it snowed 4 inches. We had places to go and errands to run (as always), but I got some work done outside, took the kids on
I signed up for a moderate-paced mooc through edX a few weeks ago, and while it’s not too late to join, you’d have to hustle to catch up at this point. It’s an intro to computer science, but its heavy focus on Python is what interested me.
“The Beauty and Joy of Computing” (BJC) is a new mooc that started just a few weeks ago. Dan Garcia has been teaching it at UC Berkeley for awhile, and now it’s available on edX. Discover the big ideas and thinking practices in computer science plus learn how to
The focus for week 4 of the W3C HTML5 course was animation. We’ve been displaying a lot, but it’s been fairly static up to this point. This week, we learned about events, interacting via the keyboard and mouse, and the three steps of animation: Clear the canvas Draw
Week 3 of the Learn HTML5 from W3C course taught us about the Canvas element, along with the shapes you can draw on it and how it can be manipulated. These work in the major browsers (except for IE, ugh). Graph Sample This first sample is a simple graph I