Computer science resources (March 21, 2004, 0) - - Computer Science Teaching Center, http://www.cstc.org
- Computing and Information Technology Interactive Digital Educational Library, http://www.citidel.org
- National Science Digital Library, http://www.nsdl.org
ANSI manipulation in Perl (December 30, 2003, 0) - You can go to specified (x,y) positions, clear the screen, and output
colors by using modules from CPAN. Under Windows, you can do this by
installing the Win32::Console::ANSI, Term::ANSIColor, and
Term::ANSIScreen modules. For more information about these modules, check out
To learn more about CPAN and how to install modules, check out http://www.cpan.org/
Perl training (December 16, 2003, 0) - Plan:
- Day 1 morning: What is Perl? Lay of the land
- Day 1 afternoon: Basic syntax, Perl for extracting data
- Day 2 morning: Regular expressions, perl as glue – using Perl to connect two programs
- Day 2 afternoon: Perl as glue – using Perl to connect two programs
- Day 3 afternoon: CPAN
Why use Perl?
The class is practically running itself (December 18, 2003, 0) - It’s amazing. The class is practically running itself. The time I put
into making those exercises was definitely worth it. They’re off
solving them or making up their own exercises. With documentation,
time to explore the system, and the freedom to make mistakes and ask
questions, the trainees learn almost entirely on their own.
When they do have questions, they
What’s the value proposition of a student? (June 25, 2006, 0) - One of the reasons why I’ve never quite felt comfortable in
networking-focused events is that the value proposition of a student
is hard to define. Deal-oriented people will probably overlook me
because I can’t offer them immediate value. What can I offer people?
What’s my value proposition?
I don’t have much business experience yet, and as geeky as I can