I feel awful, yet happy, yet tired. A bit of an annoyance is when you spend hours doing something, then a week or two later you see a new library that does that and simplifies the code greatly; allowing maintenance and readability at the same time. So, take it as you may but if you… Continue reading Reducing complexity
I’ve been working with HTML in low-level languages like C/C++ and I must say that it’s been a rather frustrating experience. One would think that the task I’m doing should have been done ages ago, since the conception of the project. Alas, that’s not quite right. What you fail to realize is that you should… Continue reading The inadequacy of HTML, delving into C, and pondering remote jobs
I didn’t spend too much time on this issue, but as someone who knows the basics to intermediate in SQL it still caught me off-guard on how easy it is to have insanely slow query performances. Take an innocent query like this. Once would think it has some sort of meta information stored already, but… Continue reading SQLite and the importance of indexes
If by any chance you click whatever github link related to my account I have to say that I’ve removed myself from Github and now use BitBucket as my go-to needs for “backing up” and collaborating. There’s also GitLab but I have found that their interface and site is so… so slow, compared to BitBucket.
I’ve been indulging myself with some Guild Wars 2 (World vs World) this weekend. In the meantime check these links: Kotlin 1.0 Released: Pragmatic Language for JVM and Android Awesome Postgres C++ 11 Auto: How to use and avoid abuse The Woman Who Makes Prosthetic Pinkies for Ex-Yakuza Members Don’t Outsource Your Thinking
Yesterday, one of the most beloved wrestlers in the WWE, Daniel Bryan, announced his retirement followed by one of the most passionate, honest goodbyes in the WWE. Daniel retired due to medical reasons he was set to the final slot yesterday in Raw followed by the WWE Network for an extended time. It was heartbreaking.… Continue reading Support