Computer Science Blog

  • Initial commit

    September 4, 2019 by

    ‚ÄúStrange about learning; the farther I go the more I see that I never knew even existed. A short while ago I foolishly thought I could learn everything – all the knowledge in the world. Now I hope only to be able to know of its existence, and to understand one grain of it. Is… Read more

  • Software Quality-Quantity Trade-off

    September 13, 2019 by

    Programming was extremely hard for me at first. Once I discovered that programming isn’t just typing code, I spent so much time worrying about getting the perfect design, imagining what could go wrong, and researching alternatives that I rarely actually coded anything, at least for a brief period. While this concern may have taught me… Read more

  • SOLID: Laying the Groundwork for Design Patterns

    September 12, 2019 by

    At the core of software design must be basic principles. Following basic principles allows us to make sure we are on track with a standard. It creates consistency and makes it easier to maintain our code in the future, because we will know what to expect. Following a single principle might be easy, but there… Read more

  • The Importance of Testing and QA

    September 5, 2019 by

    When I first started learning Python, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I wasn’t sure what programmers did to make things work. I didn’t really know what programming meant besides typing code. I was eager to learn though and make cool things. So without knowing even knowing what a loop is,… Read more

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