It is past 06:00 PM CST in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. I am quite tired and it is only Tuesday. Hope your week is going smoother than mine.
Earlier in the day I read the article “Let’s Not Dumb Down the History of Computer Science” by Donald E. Knuth, Len Shustek in Communications of the ACM, February 2021, Vol. 64 No. 2, Pages 33-35. If you have trouble accessing the article then you should be able to watch “Stanford Lecture: 2014 Kailath Lecture: Stanford Professor Donald Knuth” on YouTube.
In a nutshell Donald Knuth expresses the need for Computer Science history to be documented. Philosophically speaking I believe he is right on the point. Continue reading “Find a Corresponding Node of a Binary Tree in a Clone of That Tree”
Today is January 21, 2021. Yesterday was the United States presidential inauguration. As you know I do not like politics. That said; I like facts so later when something does not seem right I will be able to make my own educated decision as to what the real reasons were for the results we are observing. That said; I would invite you to find out about the executive orders signed yesterday by Joe Biden. Then put aside your political associations, and think what would the effects of the executive orders be for the future of the USA and for the citizens of the USA and the free and democratic world?
As I was generating this post I checked and the blog has exceeded the 6,000 followers mark!!! Thank you all for making this happen. Hopefully it is having some type of positive impact on your learning journey. Continue reading “Halloween Party in Java”
While generating this post in WordPress I noticed that we have now more than 3000 subscribers. Thanks you very much! If you have specific problems please let me know so I can try to solve them here.
I do not use Facebook but my wife does. Earlier today during my first break of the day, she was telling me about a few posts / news regarding the past debates between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden and the one between Vice President Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. I am no longer sure what the points of debates are. Allow me to explain.
Many years ago every Sunday at 06:00 PM my wife and I would turn on our TV set to watch 60 Minutes. The anchors of the show and correspondents have change with time. The program used to be objective. With time that has changed. Continue reading “Rotting Oranges in Java”
Definitely the weather is changing in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Last night my wife and I slept with a windows in the kitchen opened just a crack. This morning the upstairs temperature was at 69F. During winter we keep the upstairs at 68F. Chances are that this evening will sleep with the windows closed and the heater on.
I need to update my post previous post Count Negative Numbers in a Sorted Matrix. I made an incorrect statement and would like to generate an update. If you are curios, I left the body of the post as it was. I generated an opening note. Continue reading “Reverse Only Letters”