College is certainly not cheap. Tuition and fees for the public four-year universities have been gradually increased about 3.3 percent per year from the years of 2009-10 to 2014-15, or 17% for these recent five … Continue reading How to Survive in the College Life for About $300 per Month (not including Rent & Tuition)
Back in the college, I remember how much comments in the codes were emphasized by the computer science professors. They told us that everyone needs to include the good comments in his or her codes because other people need to … Continue reading Code Discipline: Shall I Comment on My Code?
On June 8, 2015, Apple held a keynote session for Apple World Wide Developer Conference, shortly known as WWDC 2015. Tim Cook, the Apple’s CEO, started off by Apple is having three major announcements — OS X El Capitan, iOS … Continue reading Swift Programming Language: Open Source Now
* Disclaimer: I neither have any personal relationship nor a monetary interest with the Nebraska Furniture store or the Ikea store. Nebraska Furniture recently opened its 560,000 square feet store in The Colony, Texas, which belongs to the city of … Continue reading Why Nebraska Furniture @ Dallas, Texas Is Probably Going to Fail
I changed my focus to learn NodeJS because there is a simple app idea that I want to build for my team at the company. Besides, sooner or later, I will use that in conjunction with mobile app application. Continue reading Learning NodeJS
I completely forgot that I created this blog for 5 years. Lol. I accidentally found this blog again. What I have been up to? I am now working as a Java developer for one of the big companies, though the core area of business is not IT but the finance. Just as I was at the school, I have been kept learning continuously though I am out of school. While my programming experience pretty much has been revolved around the web development, I really want to keep getting into the mobile development. I bought a Macbook Pro to start iOS development, which is … Continue reading AngularJS + Apache Cordova + Ionic Framework
The week of Spring break and no class this week. We have a 5th project “Allocator” due on Wednesday and the second midterm examination on Friday after the Spring break, though. Continue reading Week 9 (03/15/2009): SPRING BREAK ~
This week, the class topic was about the heap-like structure implementation in C++. The idea is: whenever the memory has to be allocated, the malloc (memory allocate) function decides where to allocate the array locations based on the size and the location of “sentinels.” The “Allocator” project, which is due after the spring break, is to implement a set of functions to imitate the heap storage. The following week is spring break, and no class on Friday this week. Continue reading Week 8 (03/08/2009): Allocator project & Heap Array 2D