I hope you have gone through the first part here. We will continue to build on the same blocks and try to add more functionality to our seemingly simpe class.
One of the easiest ways to guage developer proficiency(in any language) is to read their code and see if it’s structured well in terms of classes…and more importantly, tests!
A couple of days ago, I came across this hackernews post. What an amazing news! The entire collection of Louvre has been made public here. I attempt to download the entire library. Took a short screencast as I began this download. Recoded & Annotated with Camtasia.
Last year, one of my broken earphones led me to a notorious bot culture on Amazon. I even wrote a Linkedin article about it. It received decent attention at the time. I thought about expanding on the project and doing similar analysis for other low-cost products. But as always, life happened, other things took over and I completely forgot about it.
This is my first Jekyll blog post. I was finally able to merge a static site generator such as Jekyll with my pre-existing portfolio website(muchinlearning.com). Pheww!! I will try to put more content here as soon as possible. Untill then, please feel free to peruse the portfolio website.