As I close out my first year of teaching, I thought it would be fun to share a a bit of a reflection and my plans moving forward.
As I edit some old articles, I’m realizing that some of the content would make good standalone articles like the information on the 8 primitive types in Java.
After sharing this story with some fellow teachers, I thought it would be fun to share as an article. Welcome to the world of insecure code!
When it comes to growing in your career, you definitely don’t want to get stuck with a bad mentor. Luckily, I’ve already done that for you.
As I get deeper into my studies, I’m now into distributed systems topics like distributed mutual exclusion. Come study with me!
It seems like every couple of months I have to go on a bit of a rant. Well, this time is no different. Here’s an excerpt of the diary of an escape artist.
Looks like I’m back on Patreon. Here’s what that’s going to look like moving forward.
If you ever want to built a Twitter bot, make sure you follow the rules. That’s all I’m saying.
Up next in our process synchronization collection is the Producers-Consumers problem. Get read to explore a few solutions using semaphores and monitors.
In this third installment of the qualifying exam sequence, we look to tackling a specific process synchronization problem: Readers-Writers.