Second week in, I now know what I’m doing. The exercises in class was, ehem, easy? Although I had a few problems along the way, all I had to do was to read back through the lecture and maximise my googling powers, #logicftw.
Its come to my attention that many of my classmates are having difficulties with their virtual machines.
Firstly, what is a virtual machine?
Refactoring and recusion exercises, bludging, and open data project.
This week I have started working on the Open Data Project. My dataset is a list of all registered dogs and cats in Geelong. I started using the csv/pandas module but then found out pandas already has a built-in read_csv function:
import pandas as pd; pd.read_csv…
Week 2.5 technically. So far so good. Already understanding the concept of how to use the terminal, python languages, and git hub.
HOW TO COMMIT GITgit…
This week I learnt to hate triangles. The exercises focused on refraction and refactoring. While some was a cruise to get through, other parts made me question what I needed to do to return the correct result.
It was that time of the day when I really really needed to go to the toilet. The Square House was new to me but the sign made it easy to see where the toilets were.
So I was really really behind progress, due to several reasons:
In the lecture we discussed the next assignment — Holy Wars. The concept of it sounds pretty interesting so I’m keen to listen to the discussion of the topics. The topic assigned to me is about the length of variable name…
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