Abhishek L

Abhishek L

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last posted Feb. 21, 2015, 6 a.m.
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MOOCs currently doing

  • Cloud Computing Concepts, Univ. of Illnois
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updated Feb. 21, 2015, 6 a.m.

Rekindled my love for solving Project Euler problems, with a project on Github, solve-euler. Currently did solutions in Python, Hy (a lisp in python), Haskell & Go.

This time rather than purely solving the problems by just printing them to stdout, I tried using the language's module system and basic test frameworks to get a feel of that as well. Kind of gives me a decent soft start into the language. At the moment a travis job also runs to test the solutions in the 4 languages.

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MOOCs currently doing

  • Cloud Computing Concepts, Univ. of Illnois
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MOOCs done

edX

  • Introduction to Statistics, Berkeley
  • Introduction to Saas, Berkeley
  • Functional Programming 101, Delft

Coursera

  • Programming Languages, Univ. of Washington
4 years, 9 months ago
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Rekindled my love for solving Project Euler problems, with a project on Github, solve-euler. Currently did solutions in Python, Hy (a lisp in python), Haskell & Go.

This time rather than purely solving the problems by just printing them to stdout, I tried using the language's module system and basic test frameworks to get a feel of that as well. Kind of gives me a decent soft start into the language. At the moment a travis job also runs to test the solutions in the 4 languages.

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Got started with Go programming with Go Bootcamp. Pretty good book, with good pacing, if you already know some programming language. Go seems pretty simple to learn and be productive in a week's time

4 years, 9 months ago
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Most of work revolves around python (2, unfortunately), C++ & some ruby (&/ puppet). However completing two MOOCs, Grossman's Programming languages (Coursera) & Eric Meijer's FP101 (edX) at the end of '14 really gave a lift in understanding functional programming style better.

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Rekindled my love for solving Project Euler problems, with a project on Github, solve-euler. Currently did solutions in Python, Hy (a lisp in python), Haskell & Go.

This time rather than purely solving the problems by just printing them to stdout, I tried using the language's module system and basic test frameworks to get a feel of that as well. Kind of gives me a decent soft start into the language. At the moment a travis job also runs to test the solutions in the 4 languages.