More java today, still working through sample problems. I had expected to make it through a few today seeing as I’d already done them on the EcmaScript course but…. no such luck. Things are just too different. After about 40 minutes of googling I finally made it through a pretty straight forward problem.
Rather than sitting down to watch a bunch of videos that were going to end up putting me to sleep this evening, I decided to hop right back into things and start trying to solve some practice problems with Java.
I’m going to be taking a detour back off into java land for the next few weeks, trying to brush off the rust from 9 years and maybe actually learn a thing or two this time. Just to get me up and running quickly, I wanted to see if I couldn’t get VSCode working as a Java IDE so that I could start plucking away on sample problems. (The answer was yes)
Continuing with regex stuff where I left off yesterday, although my mind is in a completely different place tonight.
Like I said yesterday, I wanted to spend some time focusing on walking through some regex basics so that I can hopefully get them stuck in my head once and for all.
It’s no secret: I’m terrible with regex. It’s one of those things that I always say “Eh, I’ll just google it when I need it” and brush off every time it comes out. I found out hard way today that that’s a pretty poor excuse not to put some effort into learning it.
One of the assignments for the new courses I started working through asked you to calculate whether or not a year was a leap year. Me being an A+ student from the American education system meant that I knew nothing more than “leap years are every 4 years”. Turns out that’s not true~
Just spent nearly 7.5 hours driving back home in the rain, more than a little fried for the day. A friend of mine from work today had mentioned she’d been looking at starting a Unity project a while back, which got me asking the question “What language does Unity use?”
I’ve been back working on a side project for work and I needed to get a form working inside of a modal pop up. I was able to figure out most of it this morning, getting the structure created for the modal pop up and the form, but I continue to have issues with the actual submission.
After moving my site over last week, I noticed that it wasn’t actually showing up in any google results. So I started looking around for a reason why this might me. My searches taught me that there’s Google Search Console for domain owners for managing how their content shows up in Google searches.