- The Apprenticeship patterns book is very interesting! I shall continue to read it and start create daily/weekly rituals from the actions prescribed in the book!
- I was reading this post on
reflog, etc. and wanted to see what the default values were for some of the configurable variables. But, the git config command didn’t help. Developer/code defaults are also a part of the “config” system, and any tools to inspect config variables should display them, if no other values have been set explicitly!
- “If experience is built upon failure as much as success, then you need a more or less private space where you can seek out failure.” – Apprenticeship Patterns.
- Our check-in groups changed, but 3 of us from our last check-in group are together again!
- Most of the day was spent with Git. In the morning, I learned that
nothingwill prevent pushing any branches without specifying explicitly which branch I want to push.
- Also, later in the day, Alan gave a presentation mapping the internals of git to the commands, trying to give everyone a better mental model of Git.
- I spent some time trying to get
emacs. It should’ve worked out of the box, but I’m not sure the ELPA repositories have proper dependency/version management. Seems to be the problem, everywhere! Dependencies of a package get updated, and the package starts acting up…
- Chaitu sent me a link about solving mazes using Finite Automata, and I spent some time trying to write a simple solver, and compare it with Nava’s breadth first search. But, it looks like we broke her code during the refactor. I may get back to this, at some point.
- I also spent a few minutes talking to Kyle, while he was trying to implement a simple version of the NTP protocol. The algorithm it turns out, is pretty simple.
- I started reading a little bit on crypt-analysis for Simple Substitution ciphers, and I’ll try implementing one of the algorithms today.
- The day ended with yummy pizza and video watching! We watched –
Recurse Center, 2014-06-23