So I have been pretty knee deep in algorithms and Java lately. Coming from Free Code Camp last spring, I have found that I’m finally understanding the methods, algorithms, etc, that I am currently working on in class. One of the best parts about CS0401 is Tim Hoffman, the
So this is a brief post about my intent for my career and prospects for myself. I love web. But I don’t want to be about that life. The more I do software engineering, the more I fall in love with the challenge and the languages. Classical OOP is
Got a 100/100 on my first Intermediate Java Program. I have been working really hard at being consistent in my life: consistent bedtimes, consistent night time medication times, consistent hygiene times (you’d be surprised at how weird my hygiene patterns were when I had that breakdown this time
SummaryI asked six users of various technical ability to test The Lens Cap’s UX: its responsiveness, its legibility, its resolution, and whether they were able to find what they needed in search, etc. I asked them to tell me which devices they used and asked for suggestions on how
First week of class has started. I have a pretty easy way of it this semester. There’s a CS class which is all web dev, and an InfoSci class that is design, basics, and some programming. In our web dev class, Matt is a strange and weirdly funny guy.
So, in two weeks, I will be back at Pitt. I know I’ve talked about it a lot but I am honestly excited. I joined the College of General Studies Student Government in the hopes to meet some cool older folks to hang out with. I’ve been here
I am really excited to be going back to school. I wouldn’t have said that a couple months ago but I really mean it. I am getting emails almost daily now that the school year is about to start and it gives me a warm feeling, like I belong
I'm going back to Pitt. So, if you have been following my journey for the last few months you know I quit school during an intense period of depression— a kind of nervous breakdown. I am finally coming out that, and am working quite hard on the things I had
This semester was a rollercoaster, boy. Started out strong and finished like a sputtering car, chugging along to finals week and dying in a heap of smoke and fire. Here are the five things I learned about myself this semester. You may be asking why I am doing this. It
“Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. Failure is delay, not defeat. It is a temporary detour, not a dead end. Failure is something we can avoid only by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing.” - Denis WaitleyI failed my final project, in my first semester at Pitt.