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Rambling Writer

I write stuff. I like it when people read my stuff. Please read my stuff.

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In Which I Suffer Through New Moon: Chapter 8 -- Adrenaline · 12:36pm Yesterday

Bella and Jacob start trying out the motorcycles. It doesn’t go so well, mainly because Bella has no clue as to what she’s doing. It’s kind of endearing; it reminds me of when I was learning a manual transmission. Eventually, Bella manages to put it in gear, learns how to change gears, and tries driving it. But as soon as she starts moving, she hears Edward’s voice again, telling her how stupid she’s being. She loses control of the bike, but since she’s barely moving, she’s not too badly

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In Which I Read Twilight for Self-Improvement · 3:50pm Dec 8th, 2017

It's said that one of the best ways to improve your writing is to read. It helps expose you to new ideas and styles and can inspire you. It's also said that it's easier to define why something is bad than why something is good. Declaring something to be bad usually has very concrete reasoning behind it, while declaring something to be good can be a lot more nebulous.

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Can I just take a moment to exclaim to anyone reading this how amazing Rambling Writer is; Having half a year ago only read The Winding Northward Road, but absolutely loving it to the point that it is still a monthly to bi-monthly tradition to reread that story, I randomly chose one day ago to begin browsing through his other work; and I immediately realized why I began loving every single entry of his. I love his sense of realism. the mundane and boring reality of it all makes these characters jump off the page and become super-engaging, and Rambling Writer really knows how to, well, ramble, but in a good way. I learn life lessons and tips from reading his material. LIFE lessons. there's alot of merit to be had for this guy. :twilightsmile::twilightsmile: though most of them are short, they're all so well developed.

I really enjoyed your story Brittle. It is a complete story though I also probably would enjoy the story of Pinkie and Dash going home for the holiday. I thought they had a great dynamic in your story.

Regardless thanks for writing it and I put it in my favorites due to its quality.

Driver: San Francisco is one of my favorite games. MLP is one of my favorite shows. Your profile pic is one of my favorite profile pics

299 followers... Haven't seen anyone that close to a high milestone on the site. Congratulations!



also reminded of the Heikegani (just replace spider with crab and map with face.)


Oh, OK then.

Well, you're still more than welcome to look at my code if you want.

2277796 I don't know anything like that yet; when I say, "I just started", I mean, "I've barely started my classes". I got a Bachelor's in physics, but my plans to continue with that fell through. However, I liked the computer science classes I took (hence my knowing Python and Java), and a lot of schools have quick-catch-up CS Master's courses for non-CS-Bachelor's students, so I'm just getting started in one of those. I don't know a lot of the lingo yet, but I'm looking forward to it.


Ah, python is becoming a scientific programming language, it seems. I've seen some science libraries that I think were in python and not C++.

Though, C++14 is better than Java. The creator of Java didn't want to give people as much control of the language because they thought people would end up shooting themselves in the foot, so you can't do things like operator overloading. So, in java, when you want to add two matrices, you have to type A.add(B), instead of A + B. Also, I don't think java has templates, and especially not the crazy variadic template stuff you can do in c++14.

Oh, by the way, do you know the phrase "The key, the whole key, and nothing but the key, so help me Codd"? Ooh, and are you doing things related to graph databases or other noSQL databases?

2277759 Databases, probably. I just started, so I'm not entirely sure yet. I do, however, have experience with Python and Java, and I'm feeling pretty comfortable with where I am.

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