As I continue to teach, I’m constantly introduced to new ways to code. For instance, one of my students just introduced me to `i = i++`. Care to guess how it works?
Forget endless if statements! It’s time to solve Rock Paper Scissors using modular arithmetic in Python.
At long last, the epic rant trilogy comes to an end with my rendition of what it’s like being an AT&T customer. Enjoy!
Most teachers will tell you that the worst part of the job is grading. That’s why I automated my grading responsibilities.
Recently, I found out that the `else if` keyword doesn’t exist. To put it bluntly, you’re going to want to read this one.
Sometimes you just need to parse a spreadsheet in Python. In this article, we’ll cover just how to do that.
As a teacher, I like to warn my students of the various pitfalls in computer science. Today, let’s talk about Java’s substring method.
Every once in awhile, I have to revisit some of my old work, revise it, and republish it. This time I decided to rework my World Domination Checklist.
Automation will make your life easier, right? Unfortunately, sometimes it’s really hard. Fortunately, I’ve got your back if you ever need to build LaTeX with Travis CI and Minted.
After living in a few different cities, I’ve got to say that Columbus drivers are among the worst.