One month into Codecademy, and I've covered more than I expected. Strengthening old skills, and gaining new ones.
Started with the Command Line class to see how the lessons were taught, and ended up learning a few shortcuts that I apparently never taught myself.
Now I'm comfortable enough to goof off with Python a bit.
I need to keep myself focused and try to double down over the next month.
As I finish up the first stage of my python training, I'm searching for datasets that will be useful for my next stage. Just found this, and it's gonna be fun:
here we go, the cursed computer iceberg meme: https://suricrasia.online/iceberg/
Spotify seems like it has a lot of music on it, until you close Spotify and look literally anywhere else there's music.
Netlabels are especially fun to explore, and you're going to find extremely incomplete collections, if any at all, on most major streaming platforms.
Archive.org is a great music source for netlabels.
SonicSquirrel is an excellent collection of various copyleft music.
SceneSat has amazing chiptunes, and that's actually something you can (mostly) listen to on Spotify now.
Someone give me an excuse to drop $10k on a volumetric display. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbMk2sP0_i0
This is the closest thing to a sport that I can get into. I need to learn to do this. Linking to last year's Revision Shader Showdown, but I've been watching and voting for this years on the live stream.
Revision 2021 Demoparty is live now through the weekend: https://www.twitch.tv/revisionparty
I was a bit more selfish with my use of it, and used it to explain to anyone who noticed why I was port scanning the entire IPv4 address space twice per day.
The ability to be a no-code tech worker is pretty neat, but I know I would do better to actually learn how to code.
This is me right now:
I'm a NetSec profesional from Seattle. I have a few Mastodon accounts, but this one I own fully.
This is the Vranas instance.