Day 33: Forgot to post this
and now I’m back, baby!
Day 34: Wrote another tiny program. Used a teensy regex this time
Day 35: Worked for a couple of hours.
And then practiced saying, Enough :)
Day 36: Read a book
Day 41: Started baby steps with Flask.
Day 42: Don’t shave that yak
Day 43: Carving David with just a hammer and a chisel
Day 44: We? Who we?
Day 45: like an obstinate goat …
Day 46: I had forgotten to close the form tag …
Day 47: Crashed and burned
This is more nature like. Stuff grows and then is assigned a name
I must be a sucker for pain.
The self thing bit me hard!
Use your head!
Don’t do that!
If OOP is any indicator, the journey is going to be lots of fun.
Note to self, walk before you can run. By Jove, you should’ve learnt that by now! :)
You are just searching for something in an amorphous swamp.
I should remember to be more workmanlike, before I turn craftsman
Aah! I could’ve written it this way
Oh, you’re using 256. I’ve aleady got that. Don’t create a new object for that!
Wrong indentation, giving weird results.
I am beginning to write some sane code :)
This brought memories of Z80 assembly
As soon as I finish the run, I will be then going on an exercise binge
Never going to use this, unless I am writing the next Django or something
Hopefully it makes more sense this time around
‘NO!’, I yell back at the screen. ‘This function does not do anything, will return None and cause an error!’
If you, dear reader, have problems in Python that you’d like me, a budding Python programmer to solve, please mail them to me at jason at this domain.
Love the immediate feedback loop.
I spent 40 minutes, wondering why my comparisons were not working, when in fact, I was using the wrong variables.
I needed to set a 30 min timer and I spent about 15, looking for where the timer app in my Mint Desktop was, instead of just setting the darned timer on the phone.
Not quite a good day.
Calling it quits early.
Be kind, be helpful or begone!