For the #100DaysOfCode I make sure to do something everyday. I went back and reread a chapter on lists and tuples. It seemed straightforward enough the first time. I can comprehend it, but I don’t grok it. It’s the little things. At the end of the chapter, it said to “create a list of favoriteContinue reading “Playing with Python lists”
I woke up this morning and couldn’t wait to get started on my #python for #100DaysOfCode. I was itching to get started. Had a continuation idea from the night before of adding to a global variable and depending upon that value, having different loops run. This threw me for a loop and I could barelyContinue reading “Choose your adventure in Python”
I can’t tell you how many videos and books and articles I’ve consumed on Python. At first I was driving myself even crazier because I was also doing the same for Swift code. But I stopped Swift and have been focusing on Python. Unsure if I’m making progress. Not really, no. I’ll follow along withContinue reading “A project in Python”
Last night I was tucked away in my mosquito net cover on my small bed in a tent in Somalia, streaming the Apple WWDC 2020 Keynote. I freaking love Apple products. And, I think that I’d love their culture as well. Plus, typing this on my iPad, I just discovered if you type aapple youContinue reading “What would good look like?”
Why Remote Work is So Hard — and How it Can Be Fixed Cal Newport in the New Yorker on the history and future of remote work: “When only three per cent of a workforce is remote, managers can get away with business as usual. When that number climbs to thirty per cent, fundamental changesContinue reading “Remote work”
One of my young soldiers needs a certificate to be input into records so that he is promotable. If you’ve ever worked in the Army, you know how lousy the bureaucracy can be. Things fall through the cracks everyday. To counter this, more redundancy is created overlapping what is already a swamp of redundancy. IContinue reading “Starting out with Todoist”
I’ve got some ideas for some apps on my iPhone. This means I need to learn Swift. I was trying to learn Swift earlier, but also Python at the same time, and since these were my first coding languages, it was messing me up in the brain. So I put Swift aside to focus onContinue reading “Python is squeezing my patience”
“In moments of discouragement defeat or even despair there are always certain things to cling to. Little things usually: remembered laughter, the face of a sleeping child, a tree in the wind in fact, any reminder of something deeply felt or dearly loved. No man is so poor as not to have many of theseContinue reading “In moments of discouragement defeat or even despair”
The first project, Jubilee Austen, was done and now it was time to do the Rogue Picking project. Whereas before we were given helpful guides, hints, and fill in the blank code blocks with the Jubilee Austen project, this time we were to do it all on our own. I felt confident going in. AfterContinue reading “Lets Make a Website!”
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