It has been so, so long now! I have not really written much in a while, mainly because I have not had anything to write about either. I feel it is about time I put something new up! And what better, than something about CoffeeScript? I love coffee. Like, a lot. Thus, writing in CoffeeScript should come just natural. Really, it is because I might be working with it early next year, but hey. Coffee!
This post will be a brief explanation of how I go about writing my papers for university, specifically the second research paper we had a little while ago, which can be found here. I write this on request from Lucia, although I do not think this was what she expected. Sadly I will not provide any references in this post, as this is just a blog post written in my spare time; I do base most of the following on what I was taught in previous English and Swedish classes.
I have not posted anything public lately as I have been busy contemplating my choices in life, eating massive amounts of chocolate and been overall busy with different projects. The purpose of this post is to give some insight on how information somewhat hidden or hard to find actually can be found.
Obviously, this is not an answer to every question on finding hidden information, but it may give some pointers.
Currently, I am in the starting stages of developing an application for my university – in this very moment I am compiling my thoughts on what I believe we need to get started, from whom we may get it and what to do with it. Kind of. And to properly write such a piece, it is my belief some sort of research of some areas is important. Also, I did not actually finish the write-up as it by the time of writing is around 01:15 AM, and I should have gone to bed earlier. This post will be published later today (24/11/2014). Continue reading “[Problem solving] A note on the power of observation”
This is a kind of summary a really long post on Git, which I learned loads from by writing. Hopefully it was at least somewhat educational, as I have learned a bunch!
This post will not be short. I am going to talk about Git, and it is quite a big subject. If you do not feel like reading the whole thing, you can just read the conclusion, or maybe just check the code snippets out. It is completely up to you. I did spend quite a lot of hours writing this, though.
Also, if you find something that is not correct, or feel like I missed an important step or something, please let me know (via email preferably), as this still is rather new to me. I learn really well by writing about things – which is mainly why I do this blog, but I may have gotten things wrong and I do want to know about it!