Archive for November, 2012
The co-op program here at UW is probably the biggest reason I chose to come here – I much prefer applying stuff I’ve learnt instead of learning all theory (why I’m in Software Engineering rather than plain CS). So as part of that, I’m brushing up my resume (and over the holidays, my personal site, and possibly this blog template, finally fix the annoying picture div problems). And as part of brushing up, I (re-)found an old thing that got published about me. Read the rest of this entry »
Because I am feeling accomplished, and because I also want to avoid my physics homework.
I think I’ve got a pretty good system working for CS137 (and the UW CS servers) now. I’ve got:
- sshag working, so I don’t have to eval `ssh-agent` && ssh-add each time I open a new screen session
- a modified version of the marmoset_sumbit script that now automatically adds a tag in git with the assignment & submission number when I submit an assignment through the command line
- bash actually working and running .bashrc when I login, instead of having to manually run it each time