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Week 11 Blog – ZERO vs. NULL: How to Tell When “Nothing (is Right) and When Nothing (is Wrong)

In my previous entries, I have been taking topics (such as REST APIs, coding smells, and so on) and merely providing general applications of the subject. This is not to say that the posts are simply summaries; rather, they provide a little bit of coverage on a lot of ideas within the subject. This time,Continue reading “Week 11 Blog – ZERO vs. NULL: How to Tell When “Nothing (is Right) and When Nothing (is Wrong)”

Git Gud Skrub

So I’m going to have to be honest with my readers, and also I’m going out on a limb here: I am not the most experienced with Git. This is especially detrimental when I am taking a course that requires regular usage of Git, and that course is a limited time offer. What am IContinue reading “Git Gud Skrub”

24.35.23

Whenever I played video games in the past, I would always be aware of a weird looking number, often resembling something along the lines of “1.2.3”. Even back then, I was aware that this number meant that I was using a certain version of a software; however, the idea of a value having multiple decimalContinue reading “24.35.23”

Strategy vs. Singleton

“Don’t ever leave your baby in the road.” – My First Computer Science Professor, 2015. That came out of left field, didn’t it? However, the quote (much like YAGNI) makes a lot of sense in the world of Computer Science. Specifically, this quote refers to the idea that you should never “assume that you’ll alwaysContinue reading “Strategy vs. Singleton”

From Warcraft III to My PC: My Inevitable Pairing with Polymorphism

The year was 2005. I was a young child in elementary school, and eventually I was exposed to a little-known strategy game known as Warcraft III. As I championed the human race in my epic quest against the Undead Scourge of Lordaeron, I came across a sorceress ability known as “Polymorphism”. This powerful spell allowedContinue reading “From Warcraft III to My PC: My Inevitable Pairing with Polymorphism”

From Umass Lowell to Unified Modeling Language: A History of My Experience With the Term “UML”

Believe it or not, I have been coding since the year 2015. As the title implies, the first university that I attended (right out of high school) was the University of Massachusetts – Lowell. Interestingly enough, within my very first textbook at UML, I would be exposed to another kind of “UML” – Unified ModelingContinue reading “From Umass Lowell to Unified Modeling Language: A History of My Experience With the Term “UML””

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