Semester 1 marks
Another year, another set of marks — I’m quite happy with them, especially maths. I wasn’t sure about doing advanced level and didn’t think I did particularly well in the exam, so getting a Credit was especially fortunate.
So, here they are:
- COMP2129 — Operating Systems and Machine Principles …
Semester 2 marks
Avast! Here be (dungeons and?) dragons! Actually, it's just my marks for Semester 2 (which I've been rather slow in actually posting).
- ELEC1601 - Foundations of Computer Systems
- 90 (High Distinction)
- INFO1905 - Data Structures (Advanced)
- 86 (High Distinction)
- MATH1003 - Integral Calculus and Modelling
- 71 (Credit)
- MATH1004 - Discrete Maths
- 80 (Distinction)
- PHIL1012 …
- Start a PasteDeploy-based WSGI project: paster create -t paste_deploy $APP_NAME
- Serve the webapp: (Note: I usually rename docs/ to config/) cd $APP_NAME paster serve docs/devel_config.ini
If you're going the framework route …
Hello Planet NCSS!
print "Hello Planet NCSS!"
Thanks to Tim for making this happen so quickly!read more
I want to stab this error in the face.
The program 'presenter' received an X Window System error. This probably reflects a bug in the program. The error was 'BadShmSeg (invalid shared segment parameter)'. (Details: serial 351 error_code 158 request_code 132 minor_code 19) (Note to programmers: normally, X errors are reported asynchronously; that is, you will receive the error …read more
Mercurial hook for notify.io
Update (9/2/10): Fixed bug when pushing multiple commits at once, silenced wget's output.
Here is a Mercurial hook to send notifications to notify.io whenever it gets new changesets pushed to it. It requires python, wget, bash, mercurial, internet access and an uncommon sense of humour (the latter …read more
Any resemblance to reality is purely coincidental.read more
Congratulations, you've won a prize! Nope...nothing to see here, move along.read more