I’ve been finally getting back to doing some coding after a three-month hiatus. Working full time, and taking night classes was just too time consuming to work on any side projects. With coding, comes music. I think many people out there would agree with me that it is much easier to grind through a project if there is something in the background to listen to. Continue reading
ZOMG, FIRST POST!!1!!one!!
I am in Scotland for the summer, working as a software assistant in the lab of Dr. Mike Tyers at the Wellcome Trust Center for Cell Biology at the University of Edinburgh. Waiting in the airport before my flight over from Vancouver, I realized that I hadn’t packed a book, and my Irex Iliad was out of batteries… doh! As thrilled as I was at the prospect of Zoom Airline’s masterful film selections, I thought I’d better load the proverbial Dice of Entertainment Probability, and happened upon a wonderful little book in the airport bookstore: