This post is a follow-up of a short exchange between BenMauss and me when I commented on his Dungeons & Dragons themed code to illustrate the principles of object-oriented programming: OOP with D&D: Inheritance.
When I was a teenager, I played Shadowrun with friends. I hold dear memories of that time, and I also always wanted to play these games on a computer, so I thought I might give it a shot and provide an example on my own.
I am not 100% familiar with the rules, so I might unintentionally implement these rules in the wrong way.
La connaissance, c’est le pouvoir.
The following text is about managing expectations. There are quite a few writers out there on Medium writing about how little is enough. What’s not part of their posts: they don’t decide it as they’re not responsible for the hiring.
What was the significant change in the last three years? The libraries mentioned in the author’s post did not change significantly. By that I mean, the APIs are pretty robust, bugs were fixed and features were added.
So, why did staffing in companies change? Where was a shift of focus? …
Medium is a megaphone for ideas
Setting My Stage
I felt the need to write this story as I developed an ambivalent relationship with Medium, the content available on Medium, and the style of writing on Medium. I have been a professional freelance-programmer for more than 14 years, and I think it is a fun yet challenging discipline. I understand how difficult it can be to become a paid writer for programming and data science-related topics.
But because I know about the opportunities these fields provide, I also…
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