This past week in CS 313E, I came across a great quote and several interesting facts that I would like to share!
"Don't stress about graduating on-time, graduate well." This was on Monday, September 15th, as Professor Downing encouraged the class to attend the Engineering and Natural Sciences career fairs.
An 'exception' in Python is a type of class and it is the parent of 'ValueError' and 'KeyError'. I'm not too sure how useful this will be for assignments but I know it will definitely be useful when studying for the exams!
If we see 'assert False' in Professor Downing's code, it means the code never reaches that point & we have to figure out why. I can definitely see myself centering my exam study strategy on this.
A type is a type. OOOOH! That's so cool to think about! Think about it.... :)
--From the Bloomberg In-Class Talk--
There are so many tools out there that support and enhance software design and engineering. These include Emacs as a code editor and Doxygen for documentation. I wonder how many is too many after a while. How do software engineers manage these tools?
Hortonworks partnered with Bloomberg. Their partnership is especially interesting to me because Hortonworks is a member company of the organization I currently work for!
Some Bloomberg employees participate in FIRST Robotics Mentoring. I was on a FIRST Robotics team in high school! Team 118 will always have a special place in my heart! :)
I'm glad I was able to share my week in CS 313E with you! Comment and let me know if you found any of these facts particularly interesting!
Thanks for reading,
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