Academically, this semester has been strange. I think it has partly to do with the communications unit that I talked about in an earlier post, where the administration and teaching methods are so different from what I’m used to, as well as the fact that two units that I’m taking hold tutorials only on alternate weeks, which messes with my internal timetable a little bit.
But, I think, overall this semester has been fun. I’ve had lots of time for other things, most of which has been devoted to writing code. I’m attempting to write the back-end to eDonn.com, giving it an internal and external makeover, if you will. But when it’d be done is debatable — as much as I’d like to finally implement it after all the effort I put into it, the perfectionist in me won’t let me implement something I feel isn’t “ready”. As a side note, LiShya tries to balance me out by constantly pushing for me to use the things I create — I just think she’s envious of the fact that I spend so much time with my computer and needs some justification!
A Love for Coding
I fell in love with coding (more specifically PHP coding) again after, ironically, helping out LiShya with her business computing unit. I just love the coming up with the logic behind applications; I love seeing my creations being implemented in the real world; and I love the oohs and aahs that come with some of these creations.
I hope I’ll be able to bring out some of my applications soon. I just can’t wait!
I love to read and write. Professionally, data science, technology, and sales ops are my thing. In my non-professional life, I aspire quite simply to be a good person, and encourage others to do the same. For those who care, I test as INFJ/INTJ (55/45?) in the MBTI.