Almost exactly a year ago I wrote about focus and not doing too much at the same time. If you don’t remember, you can read up here… almost exactly a year later, I am in the exact same spot againg… yaaaay!
I started on my Udemy Course on React Native. In this post I will tell you a bit about how it goes and what troubles I came across when starting with React Native.
Holidays are over and it is time for a new project! Last year around this time (I think) I tried to code a game in Python from scratch. This year – coincidentally around the same time – I try to create an app for my mobile phone. Once again I will write a little coding diary about all the little troubles and stepping stones along the way and all the sweet sweet moments of success.
Lately, I have been writing a lot about Data Science and Data Scientists. So maybe you have been thinking of getting into Data Science yourself and trying to get a job in this field. There are some schools here in Switzerland which offer training… in this blogpost, I am going to present to you the ones I know of.
Another Saturday, another post haha! This time I have some debugging tips for you. You wrote some beautiful code and you run it and DAAAMMMNN it is not working. We have all been there. And it does not really matter whether it has been some really big logical mistake or just a typo. If you are an old player in the coding game, you might know most of the tips… if you are – like me – a novice, they might come in handy!
A while back I wrote about what a Data Scientist is. When you are scrolling through Data Science jobs, you might also find postings for jobs as Data Analyst or Data Engineer. Obviously, all three are related to Data Science but what exactly do those job profiles mean? Let’s find out together!
For a school project, I am exploring the means of how to extract text from PDF with Python. I find text very fascinating and have been working a little with it lately. This blog post will show you how you can read PDFs with Python in a really easy way.
Last time I wrote about the Raspberry Pi. This time I wonder about the difference between a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino. They can both take input and give an output. So why should I favour one over the other?
Let’s find out!
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A while ago I got myself a Raspberry Pi. Longterm I would like to write more games and programs in Python and then put them on the Raspberry Pi to create something similar to the early game consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System. But first I have to get started with the little fruit tard…
A short while ago you read here about how I (finally) finished my first full Python project aka the retro game snake. But what is happening now? What will happen to the snake? Will anyone ever play my game again?