I took JAVA in high school, many years ago, and thought I had a basic understanding of what my code was doing.
I was WRONG.
In the 3 weeks since my classes have started I've come to understand a lot more about the language.
One thing I didn't do, as a rebel, was memorize the terms for anything. I'm currently creating some notes on the very basic terminology for what everything in a program is called.
I have searched the web for a study diagram and have given up to create my own.
I plan on having it done by the evening...I shall return!
Is it considered blogging faux pas to post back to back? Well I don't care.
Over the next few days I'll be reading up on templates and such though I really like sleek uncluttered pages so it may not change much.
I'm not a fan of having to load and sort through hundreds of embedded things just to get to the content.
It is my oath to be like the Buddhist, simple.
I'm a student studying Computer Science with a degree in Computer Networking, though don't ask me networking questions, I have no answers.
I obtained my degree without learning anything, almost literally. So I'm continuing my education and I've decided since I love computer science I will dedicate myself to learn the material.
I've been in college since 2005 and been a student in many different curriculum's, I've got a 3.9ish GPA and am able to pass every class without learning anything. I guess it's the system?
I'm not here to complain, I'm here to learn, because above all else I really do enjoy learning new things.
I'm currently enrolled in intro level classes, Java and Comp Sci.
I've tried Java before and was completely lost when it came to introductory materials.
I'll try to supply some incite into how I'm learning it.
Secondly I love cooking. I'm not the best nor am I the most frequent cooker, but I do find it to be enthralling. So when I cook I'll also keep YOU informed.