In all seven languages in one night! Hell yeah! I still don't have enough data in Gitlab to start crutching some analytics though. In other news I caught with the Game Dev Quest podcast. I found it very motivational and like they say, "If they can do it, so can you." I think I'm going … Continue reading Finished up Euler #2 in ???
I think I'm stating to get the hang of this. You can create a Merge Request directly from the Issue page. This creates both a Merge Request AND a new branch. Then you grab that branch, do work ... do work, commit to local, and push up. Don't forget to tag the commit with the … Continue reading GitLab Workflow update 2
So, I found this GitLab post about the difference between git flow, GitHub, and GitLab workflow. So, the gist of the GitLab work flow is this: Create Project Create Issues Create branches for Issues Checkout Issue branch Do work Commit work Push work up to branch Create Merge request Talk about code Code Reviews OK … Continue reading GitLab Workflow update
I lumping my programming, language, and reading into one group ... Minnnnnd STUFF! Read three books This might sound like a super easy one and it would be if I meant reading for fun but here I'm talking about full SQ3R reading. But I've come to seriously dislike writing or even typing, which is why … Continue reading Mind Goals!
I wrote my first webassembly program. A simple Hello World from the webassembly intro.
I played fast and loose with my Q1-3 goals, mostly since I was moving and getting a new job. I was able to redo some debt and get somethings paid off but all in all, not really as awesome as I had hope. So, for Q4 I'm setting some goals and running them through SMART … Continue reading SMART testing my Q4 goals