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SamusGlory
05/11/22 10:50:34 PM
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@SomeLikeItHoth
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my last topic purged awhile ago and I was busy doing other shit but now I have time to practice coding SQL and Python. I also use Tableau as well.

I have 2 interviews coming up for associate data analyst position next week so this kinda shows that I'm making progress.

I learned about using loops recently:

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SomeLikeItHoth
05/12/22 3:36:09 AM
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Nice fam. Good luck on your interview. How long have you been programming for?

Right now I'm going through this Complete JavaScript course. It's a pretty great course. I have been studying JavaScript for a few months now and I've finally reached a point in this course where I'm learning about things I haven't learned yet. I just learned about the spread operator which seems very useful, and my buddy told me to check out immer library so I'll probably look into that this weekend.

Just going to keep going through this course and hopefully finish this summer. Then I'll make a few projects for my website (which I haven't started yet) and hopefully be job ready by the end of the year.

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SamusGlory
05/13/22 3:59:36 PM
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SomeLikeItHoth posted...
Nice fam. Good luck on your interview. How long have you been programming for?

Right now I'm going through this Complete JavaScript course. It's a pretty great course. I have been studying JavaScript for a few months now and I've finally reached a point in this course where I'm learning about things I haven't learned yet. I just learned about the spread operator which seems very useful, and my buddy told me to check out immer library so I'll probably look into that this weekend.

Just going to keep going through this course and hopefully finish this summer. Then I'll make a few projects for my website (which I haven't started yet) and hopefully be job ready by the end of the year.

thanks fam, i first started last year in November and I took it even more seriously 2 months ago. That sounds interesting bro, keep it up!

I practiced using the if statements today

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SomeLikeItHoth
05/14/22 4:07:37 AM
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SamusGlory posted...
I practiced using the if statements today
Oh, nice. Where did you get that if statement from? It looks familiar.

SamusGlory posted...
That sounds interesting bro
Yeah. Just tough because I work a lot so I really only have a little bit before bed each night to practice, but I try putting in a solid hour of studying / videos each night.

Here's a coding challenge I had the other night. Most of these coding challenges only take me a few minutes, but surprisingly this one took me about half an hour. I also got 2 of them wrong.

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ChocoboMogALT
05/14/22 4:29:20 AM
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I've been working through CS50 just to refresh some basics.
Applying for an internship tomorrow through ASU.
Still working on coding an RPG, got the barebones all set up to build upon. Will eventually need to learn how graphics work...

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FinalFight
05/14/22 4:52:00 AM
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Coding is absolutely abysmal. Idk how u guys can do it for a living.

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BlingBling22947
05/14/22 2:05:47 PM
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tag

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2Pacavelli
05/14/22 2:09:16 PM
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Nice. Keep at it
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warlock7735
05/14/22 2:15:19 PM
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I've been grinding away at react native applications for a while and just have no motivation to learn anything new.

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BlingBling22947
05/14/22 2:20:07 PM
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Im current enrolled in Unix Tools: Data, Software and Production Engineering. Class is kicking my ass. Its hard doing things all online for me when I can understand most material, but have to pause every now and then to look up and do what feels like tons of more research to progress throughout the class.

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warlock7735
05/14/22 2:31:47 PM
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BlingBling22947 posted...
Im current enrolled in Unix Tools: Data, Software and Production Engineering. Class is kicking my ass. Its hard doing things all online for me when I can understand most material, but have to pause every now and then to look up and do what feels like tons of more research to progress throughout the class.
I think that's just how systems engineering and production support goes. There's a shit ton of lingo and vernacular that you have to know and everything expects you to know all of the concepts they build everything on.

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VerisimiIitude
05/14/22 2:42:18 PM
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Im in a class learning OpenGL and Im intimidatedstill Im determined to get these triangles to look the way I want them to.

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BlingBling22947
05/14/22 8:40:32 PM
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Anyone know Unix and can help me with this one problem?https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/a/user_image/5/0/6/AACH0nAADO6S.jpg I input some commands and believe those four (out of five) possible answers are correct, but Im too uncertain of myself to submit right now.

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ChocoboMog123
05/14/22 10:29:40 PM
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SamusGlory
05/15/22 7:17:53 PM
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Just bought the python bundle from humble bundle for 30 bucks. I would link it but the URL is too long. I'm so excited bois

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SamusGlory
05/17/22 1:15:52 PM
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Practiced using loops with dictionaries

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SomeLikeItHoth
05/18/22 1:03:31 AM
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My friends dad is trying to hook me up with a job at his work as a project engineer.

I'll keep y'all updated.

SamusGlory posted...
Just bought the python bundle from humble bundle for 30 bucks.
Is it the No Starch Press bundle? I saw it as an ad browsing Facebook. Those are some incredible books, especially Python Crash Course.

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SamusGlory
05/18/22 5:42:48 PM
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SomeLikeItHoth posted...
My friends dad is trying to hook me up with a job at his work as a project engineer.

I'll keep y'all updated.

Is it the No Starch Press bundle? I saw it as an ad browsing Facebook. Those are some incredible books, especially Python Crash Course.

good luck fam! and yeah it is haha

practiced using SQL for a bit. I found out that Death Note has the second highest IMDB votes on crunchyroll (AoT has the first)

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/a/user_image/6/3/9/AASCCgAADPrP.png

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BlingBling22947
05/19/22 3:21:00 PM
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ChocoboMog123 posted...
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/a/user_image/6/0/1/AAA_yAAADO7x.jpg

Thank you so much for confirming the commands for me! I really just dont want to get any graded question wrong.https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/a/user_image/4/4/9/AACH0nAADP35.jpg https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/a/user_image/4/5/0/AACH0nAADP36.jpg ^ Can anyone help me with any of those two?

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darkmaian23
05/19/22 6:45:38 PM
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I feel old, but I'm really not digging the way modern web development works. When I was first working on my computer science degree, the switch to everything--including desktop apps--actually being a web app hadn't happened yet. HTML, CSS, and JS have all advanced considerably, but JS is still a shitty language and the advancements don't mean as much when every front end and back end are hiding thicc node-modules folders that you need to support the shocking number of libraries needed to make anything, all of which do things differently.

When Microsoft invented WPF and XAML to create desktop applications, it was almost universally panned for being hard to write and understand. But compared to the experience of learning to create a modern front-end in React with redux-toolkit, it's nothing at all. Maybe if you use a paid solution the experience gets smoother, but I was shocked at how fiddly and unintuitive it is to create even a small, attractive page in React.
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ChocoboMog123
05/19/22 9:12:07 PM
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BlingBling22947 posted...
Thank you so much for confirming the commands for me! I really just dont want to get any graded question wrong.https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/a/user_image/4/4/9/AACH0nAADP35.jpg https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/a/user_image/4/5/0/AACH0nAADP36.jpg ^ Can anyone help me with any of those two?
For the first one: '>' is output redirection and will overwrite the output of the log-file, '>>' is the append command and adds the output to the end of the file listed. The first command also fails because cat tries to "read" files, and it's basically trying to read each space in the date as its own file. The third command wouldn't work because date is separated by semi-colon thus making it two different commands. Like I said, fourth command fails because it's not appending, it's overwriting. Thus it should be the second command.

For the second one:
The first command gives the word count of all files that start "war-" (I guess?).
Second command fails if there's more than 2 files that end in "txt" (I guess not).
Third command makes no sense.
Fourth is cut off, but redirect the content of war-and-peace.txt to wc. `cat war-and-peace.txt | wc -w` That works, for instance.
Fifth is the same as fourth with an extra step. Both of these might fail depending on what got cut off.
Sixth: no.
Seventh, yes.

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Cpt_Pineapple
05/19/22 9:14:15 PM
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Learn to code

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BlingBling22947
05/21/22 3:40:13 AM
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Cpt_Pineapple posted...
Learn to code

I'm trying my best!
ChocoboMog123 posted...
For the first one: '>' is output redirection and will overwrite the output of the log-file, '>>' is the append command and adds the output to the end of the file listed. The first command also fails because cat tries to "read" files, and it's basically trying to read each space in the date as its own file. The third command wouldn't work because date is separated by semi-colon thus making it two different commands. Like I said, fourth command fails because it's not appending, it's overwriting. Thus it should be the second command.

For the second one:
The first command gives the word count of all files that start "war-" (I guess?).
Second command fails if there's more than 2 files that end in "txt" (I guess not).
Third command makes no sense.
Fourth is cut off, but redirect the content of war-and-peace.txt to wc. `cat war-and-peace.txt | wc -w` That works, for instance.
Fifth is the same as fourth with an extra step. Both of these might fail depending on what got cut off.
Sixth: no.
Seventh, yes.

My apologies on uploading a cutoff picture, but getting everything in one shot has proven difficult. Maybe I can reupload on a different device? I'll see how much more studying I can do later today though! Regardless, thank you so much, you've been a blessing!

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