I’ve noticed people like to share their solutions on the Github. No matter how good or bad was the design they still would like to show it to others (and others usually don’t care because they’re too lazy unless you’ve got to implement this problem yourself).
You can make any design for the problem, you can split and isolate as much as you want or you can make almost single line approach with Python.
No matter what your decision is going to be, as always, you have your own why’s – Why did you do it that way. Some people may disagree, someone may agree, but the fact is that the program works and now you can concentrate on the efficiency and its design. Continue reading “Another Mars Rover Solution”→
As you may get already I am a curious person, my desire is always to know how things work. That’s why today we are going to debug “The New York Public Library” gallery. By using Chrome browser we intend to find out how the part of the detailed preview is implemented. And after that, we will create an application which will help us to get the chosen image in a better quality – deal? Continue reading “Reverse Engineering using Chrome”→
If you are just like me, instead of going to play football (soccer) with your friends, you decide to spend half of your life in front of computer learning how this or that works. Despite all that time used on grinding a massive hole on your chair with buttcheeks, there are still few hours left.
For some of us, it usually sports activities we are lacking. How many developers do you know who often play football (soccer), hockey or just like to jog? I don’t know many people like that either. Most of us usually end up playing table football in the best case scenario.
It’s been a long time! As I don’t follow the instructions blindly but prefer finding my own way, I’ll introduce you to one of the simple but effective features in Atom editor called “Use Regex”.
I know it’s cool. If you are in the ancient VIM, Emacs division or at least had an experience of using it you might be aware of this feature that literally saves your ass from tons of boring copy-paste operations. But if it’s the first time you hear about it? Continue reading “Find and Replace using Regex in Atom”→
Besides computer science, I like psychological experiments, scientific analysis, and conclusion made upon the historical data. I think it’s absolutely adorable to learn some new facts standing on true events. Eventually, you may come to the thoughtful consequence. Does it make sense to buy this house? Is it a good idea to own British Pound?
I won’t argue how cool and handy “safe navigation” is but rather I want to warn you that overconsumption of it may lead you to the dead end… – Just like other bad habits. Where you are going to be trapped in your own code base is associated with “what the heck is wrong with it?” enigma.
When I was 15 years old, I dreamed of being able to develop bots. The story behind was terribly simple, – back then it was way too popular among us (the little nerds) to manage own IRC bots which could do some fancy things like log the discussion or just stay online for a long time. We thought it was kind of outstanding, and it reveals the level of our knowledge. Continue reading “Implementing Twitter Bot using Ruby”→