Posts tagged “programming”
Ben Makuch writing for Vice.com: According to Moore’s Law, which states that computing power doubles roughly every two years, all of this will be theoretically possible in the future. Sooner or later, we’ll get to a place where simulating a few billion people—and making them believe they are sentient beings with the ability to control […]
In addition to my traditional posts, I want to use this website as a personal journal recording my experiences learning to code. This is the first of what will be many posts relating to my learning. The main purpose of these posts are for my own benefit, processing my own thoughts by writing them down […]
Here’s an anecdote that captures my own observations perfectly: “How many of you want to start a company?” David Tisch asked. All hundred hands went up. That’s why we were there, crowded into a Wharton classroom to seek startup advice from an industry luminary. “Keep your hand up if you are technical.” Five hands remained. […]
Learning to program is just like learning to solve a Rubik’s Cube. You’ve got to understand how the cube works before you can even start to memorize the moves.