Life, lectures & this w/site
Okey, welcome; let's start with me. I am Marek, student at Charles University with good enough grades and with a both beautiful and perspective job, everywhere with great friends around. Standing up straight I may look pseudohandsome after over twelve years of playing ice-hockey. And being constantly arrogant of course! ;) Well, …
Well, not really everything is as it seems, as you may early find out between the lines (of code hopefully :)) while reading this personal-, dev- and pretty-everything-about- blog. Here is a small list of warnings, beacuse I —
- don't know English, I rather passed maturita exam in physics.
- love metaprogramming,
typenameare my both favourite and the most used keywords
- haven't ever claimed that this sh*t-w/site makes sense
- like clang, llvm and Apple, thus hate Microsoft Visual C++
- didn't write a complete version of this list yet.
Be able to write good enough posts for tuns of readers was my great goal for a couple of years. I started creating and designing own blog when I was 12 years old on computer available in my school. The reason why I did not succeed was that I am always curious about how everything works, so I learned coding webpages, then programing whole websites in PHP. I found a freehosting and read a lot about DNS to make me sure it is not possible to get a .CZ domain for free.
When I was at grammar school, I found out that programing can be used for solving
more essential "real-world" problems than connecting to MySQL database. In that time I was
interested in number theory (e.g. Goldbach's conjecture and similar). After some of very first experiments
PHP slow for my use-cases. Together with solving KSP and National programming olympiad I started
learning C++03. Yes, that version with "
std::vector< std::vector< int>>" compile error due to
>" without space between.
Now I am enjoying the time being spent on my Computer Science major. While attending the last years of
the Bachelor's study, one of the best things I am grateful for are the short moments of sharing
thoughts and ideas with others.
With basic knowledge
of software engineering I hope I can write quite nice notes to arouse your curiosity about new C++ (without
algorithms and me.
Originally I wanted call this w/site "Devblog — my breaths while coding".
The reason why I have choosen instead the photo taken after my lecture on the Dynamic Optimality of Binary Search Trees
is to make it more personal — the process of building isomorphism between my mind and yours.
Let's start staring at stars with me!
PS: Anothor reason for this photo is that I used accidentally the colors of my shirt to highlight the Tango tree construction on the blackboard :D.