The first time I used Github and Git(Tortoise), I was doing a team project during my diploma of software development. We didn't know how to merge, so we would always clone repos and manually paste our new code into existing ones by looking at the changes history. Which was bad; one of us would overlook … Continue reading Github familiarisation!
Yay, PyCon was indeed beginner-friendly. Some of the talks were still pretty quick--or it felt really quick (Python 101+ is a notable one)--and some of the talks did make my mind whirl even though I was pretty sure they were listed under beginner in the program. But all in all, I'm very happy I bought … Continue reading PyCon is over; Sprints are coming
Attended two U:PASS sessions for Database Fundamentals today. Learnt quite a lot in regard to keys and the rules in maintaining referential integrity of a database. It's pretty awesome to know the terms to the concepts I previously studied in TAFE via the hands-on method; it makes the peer-to-peer (this sounds like networking now...) sharing … Continue reading System.out.println(“Hello wordpress!”);