would see what I see
Python noob learns C; laugh at his ignorant questions because u r smrtr
The Kool Kids (TM) on the Internet say you're not a real computer user until you learn C and/or C++, so here it goes. I learned Python about a year ago and I've been curious why people don't use C more often, since it's apparently faster/more efficient. I'll be documenting my thoughts/questions as I learn C from build your . . .
Or, Make an Awesome README.md for Github and Update It Too!
The Hacker News front page is a wasteland of bootstrapped "startup"founder folklore (come on, you know I'm right: you probably skimmed multiple bullshit articles about "growth hacking" this week. What the fuck was that?). I want to know what successful open source projects do that others don't, but most articles I . . .
You look like shit on the subway edition
Shamelessly stolen from @EarthPix
- You look like shit on the subway - Okay, we're all guilty here. I'm actively trying to smile more on the subway! You should too, but watch this anyway. Slow mo beautifulness in NYC.
- Code dot org is a corporate scam - "Industry needs you to be a cog in the corporate machine." Nice, Zuck. . . .
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- Light Table - An IDE with tons of potential: think Sublime Text with Python documentation around when you want it; still in alpha
- T-Mobile CEO saying things - Basically, you just need to know he called mobile plans "horseshit," which everyone already knows is true. Check out this clickbait if you really want to know more. . . .
Lessons learned from rats and programming, Pt. 1
I'm a perfectionist. What that really means is I'm immensely critical of myself and others, but I have a hard time getting things done. It took me 5 minutes to write those two sentences. (I bet a lot of "perfectionists" have this problem!) Why? I tend to get caught up in the planning phase of, well, everything. I never did . . .