Programming Meme - Fantasy VM 2
After the HSC
It's been a while since my last HSC exam, and I thought I'd blog about what's been happening since.
I've got my Year 12 formal tonight, which promises to be a heap of fun, lack of sleep and hopefully provide enough blackmail material for the rest of my classmates for …read more
Google is reading my mind?!
I wanted to look up the past tense of "lead" (not Pb) today, and so typed it into the search box on my Google homepage. Those of you who have been paying attention will have noticed that autocomplete is now more promintent among the Google services, so I wasn't suprised …read more
HSC is finally over!
(Yes, that's all.)
Software which makes my life easier
- The super-duper cool address bar - search within URLs and titles. I think that it's sorted by a 'popularity', based on if you've bookmarked it, and how many times you've visited the page.
- Save tabs. If you've got a window with multiple tabs open, you can save them …
OpenOffice 3.0 available + HSC Progress
Analysis of the HSC courses
See my last post for a link to my full data set.
Here's a short list of the HSC courses (Male subjects at top, Female subjects at bottom).
- Software Design and Development
- Information Processes and Technology
- Mathematics Extension 2
- Mathematics Extension 1
- English (Standard)
- Modern History
- English …
From the depths of HSC...
Study, study and ... ohnoimnotdoingenoughstudy ifeelreallyguiltyaboutplayingalltheseflashgames damnyourandallgetoutofmyheadand oohlookuniversalappletsisgoingtobereleasednextweekand oohbugsformetosolveand gameenginestowriteand...
So, if you managed to survive that, allow me to present the last half hour's efforts: Male / Female ratios of the HSC courses. Source is the BOS' media guide. Highlighted rows are merely courses which were relevant to me (i.e …read more
Freezing in Sydney
I've suspended my quest for a Python website system, in favour of Drupal. Drupal is an free open-source website engine. It's a modular design, so you can grab a .tar.gz or similar from their website (or anywhere, really), extract it to the modules (or themes) directory, and then run …read more
We got through to the finals of ProgComp (results here), which I was very happy about, and the NCSS Challenge is starting tomorrow. Yay!
Also, I've been trying to embed a Python Console into presentation software. I've spent most of today creating a Java applet which runs the Python process …read more