- What did you do this past week?
This week, I have been working on projects for another class again. I am planning on starting on the next project for this class tomorrow.
- What’s in your way?
Right now, I am trying to find a job for the summer, so I am working very hard on doing interview practices. Between that and my classes, I have not a lot of free time.
- What will you do next week?
Next week, I want to start and finish the Darwin project. I have not found a partner, so I might be working alone for this one. Hopefully I will be able to find a partner, as I work much better with somebody else than I do alone.
- If you read it, what did you think of the Paper #11: Getters and Setters?
I read the paper, and it really made me think about how I have been programming ‘wrong’ for so long. However, it does make sense to not want to give other classes access to internal fields.
- What was your experience of vector? (this question will vary, week to week)
I have had a lot of experience with vectors in the past, as they are my go-to data structure in C++, just like how I use ArrayLists in Java.
- What made you happy this week?
This week, I made a few online friends in a new game I started playing, and its been a good way for me to take my mind off of school.
- What’s your pick-of-the-week or tip-of-the-week?
My tip of the week is to spend time practicing Leetcode/Hackerrank when looking for jobs — the more practice, the better. The programming contests at UT that Professor Downing have advertised are a great way to practice as well.