I’m a certified Java programmer and a Python and Kotlin enthusiast.
That’s all you really need to know. But…
For more info, I have a github account under sad2project, as well as a Stackoverflow Careers profile under my full name, Jacob Zimmerman.
My linkedin account
My gaming blog
If you want to get in touch with me via email, I have a gmail account with the username sad2project. By the way, that name came from a class I took called SAD II (Systems Analysis and Design); it doesn’t not imply that I’m sad about projecting 🙂
In this blog, I tend to present posts in the intermediate to difficult level, often building on well-known ideas that beginners might not know about.
If you are a beginner to java, I recommend two different things that can very quickly help you rise in the ranks. The first is Joshua Bloch’s book Effective Java, which provides 78 nice tips that really help you understand the language and its idioms. Another place you can go is the Java Practices blog. The site isn’t so great, but he reiterates many of the points that are in Effective Java while coming up with MANY similar type points in an extended topic set.
Beginners in Python would do well to to read the Effective Python book, which is similar to Effective Java, but for Python, and it has 59 tips. I haven’t been able to find a blog for Python that’s quite as useful as Java Practices is for Java, but I kind of hope this blog will be able to fill that purpose some.