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I have to extend another 15 days in my current work. Can't wait to get out of PHP. And SQL (Oracle). After that, some days off, then back to Java. And Kotlin! PS: I'll be creating an app on Android. I'll ask for some beta testers here in sublevel. Can I get an A-men?!
After assembling a decent daily playlist of triples played in a loop for cutting code, I'm now settling entirely on the original motion picture score of American Beauty.
Listening to music on repeat while cutting code is not a new idea. But it is just now that I'll try to use it. Anybody doing this or has experience? What tracks do you listen to?
Back in high school in my programming class, our teacher would play Enya. I don't remember it being a distraction or anything.
I do this a lot. What I listen to depends on the mood but I've found that it helps me focus on the task at hand. For studying it's often some ambient stuff (for example, any album by God Is an Astronaut or Austin Wintory's Journey OST), but for coding and other activities it can be anything from jazz to heavy metal.
Happy that the author of HypergraphDB made time to write a paper ( hypergraphdb.org/d... ) on the DB's theory and implementation. #k_anki
Not me, but when I have children I will definitely do my research into alternative learning/teaching environments. I went to public school growing up and attened a private high school. While the private school was not too much better education-wise, it was a lot better in terms of my peers and administration which is probably what saved me growing up.
And a few days after completely interning my shopping list (#20268) I rediscovered ArangoDB (arangodb.com). I think it is awesome. Let's dance!
Shopping list done. Imported the following into my repo: Spark (sparkjava.com), HypergraphDB (hypergraphdb.org) and MapDB (mapdb.org). Let's worry about caching later. I'm taking to you, Caffeine (github.com/ben-man...).