With the new year here, I figured it was high time I cut down on my use of certain social media platforms.
Awhile back, I wrote about an American using the first amendment in the home of hate. Since then, I’ve moved it into it’s own article.
When learning Java for the first time, many students tend to struggle with the private and public keywords. Welcome to the world of access modifiers!
As we head into 2019, let’s take a look back at 2018.
Now that I have some free time, let’s take a look at my reflection on my first semester of teaching.
You’d think reaching the peak of academia would have filled me with pride, but there have been plenty of moments of hopelessness.
As mentioned earlier this month, transitioning the Sample Programs articles is only half the battle. I’ve also begun some consolidation efforts on the site.
As my first semester wraps up, I can honestly say that one of my classes has ruined computer graphics for me.
Since launching the Sample Programs project in March of this year, I’m proud to say we’ve just hit 100 languages in the repo.
As a frustrated AT&T internet customer, I have to say: AT&T is just bad. There’s no way around it; their service is a steaming pile of garbage.