by jan on 03 May 2016 in programming labeled space algorithms ruby challenge
Reaktor had a programming competition: you get a set of data representing satellites in orbit around Earth plus two sets of coordinates on the surface. he task is to route a fictional call from "start" to "finish", through the satellites in orbit.
by jan on 22 October 2015 in programming labeled programming ruby
Okay, so last year, I made a library to access the Telnet-based API on Dovado routers. I wanted this because I was planning to build a dashboard (Dashing) that could show our network data usage, 4G coverage and stuff like that.
by jan on 30 August 2015 in series learn programming labeled series programming learn life ruby
In the first episode, we picked Ruby as our first programming language. This was because Ruby is an object-oriented, imperative programming language with an easy to read syntax to make life (ha ha) easy.
by jan on 30 August 2015 in series learn programming labeled series programming learn life
Since I've got some time on my hands (long-term sick leave, chronic pain, yay!), I decided to learn some more programming languages. To make the endeavor a little more interesting, I also decided to make it into a series about computer programming. Because, well, why not.