Hello, readers! It’s been quite a while, and I don’t really have an excuse, again. The best excuse I have is that, since I still don’t have a job, my life isn’t very structured, and I don’t get a lot done without structure. I’m working on it, though. Continue Reading
Hey everyone! It’s my first post of the new year! Usually, I do a bunch of book reviews at the beginning of the year, and I will certainly do that in upcoming posts. UPDATE: No, I won’t. Not this year. Sorry.
Also, don’t worry that I may have given up on my video series; I haven’t. I’m simply being a moron and doing other, less important things in my free time. I’m sure I’ll whip myself into shape soon enough.
Lastly, I’ve received a bunch of free copies of my book from Apress, so I’ll be coming up with some way to give those away sometime soon.
Onto THIS article now.
I need to start this article with a disclaimer: this isn’t really even a good idea. It’s really just a thought experiment that I did, and I’d like to show you how it could be done if you ever wanted to do it. Continue Reading
Some of you may know that Apress contacted me a little bit ago, wanting to publish my book under their brand. Well all the work is done now, and the book is up for sale on their web site, and soon it will be up on Amazon!
So go add the book to your wish lists!
Thanks for all your support, everyone. If I didn’t have a decent following, I’m not sure I would have written the book in the first place.
P.S. My second video is recorded. I just need to do some editing, and it will be put up soon.
Happy Thanksgiving all!
I finally created the first video of my video series on converting Java codebases to Kotlin. So I present it to you here as a Thanksgiving present.
Sorry if the audio is kind of clippy; I’ll be using more of a script for future videos to help keep me talking cleanly.
This is going to be a short one to get me back into writing again. I just wanted to point out some interesting things I’ve noticed about Python inheritance that I’m (sometimes) sad that Java or C# don’t do. Continue Reading
For those who haven’t looked at my page about my book recently, I’d like to let you all know something about my book. Continue Reading
I need to preface all of this with a disclaimer:
I love Python, but I am able to see plenty of faults with it. In this article, I attempt to provide a very roundabout way of working around one of those faults: the lack of multi-line lambdas. This is not to say that this is a good solution, but it may be one of the best that we have for certain cases. Try and see if one of the typical workarounds is the best option before settling on this. Continue Reading