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skip to contenttrevor brooksthoughts, ramblings, and information about me. menu aboutgithubresumecontact me posts posted on july 19, 2017july 18, 2017a student’s case for version control and backups introductionwe have all been there. we make some changes and a while later, it turns out something was deleted that shouldn’t have been. or maybe the server we are working off goes down, and productivity starts to grind to a halt. version control and backups help with these conditions and so much more. getting started does take some work, especially if you don’t know a version control system or if you don’t have a backup system in place, but the time spent on these tasks will pay off many times over.students especially seem to be reluctant to take these on, and it may be due to the size of code they are used to working on. or it could be that most of their work is solo. either way the mentality that prevents the use of version control and backups can be damaging.version controlthere are many options for those getting into version control from subversion to mercurial to git. my experience is mostly using git along with github for some projects. version control helps keep everything on track. for larger projects the usage of pull requests and continuous integration to ensure that the code being pulled into master is fit to be pulled is a wonderful advantage. in general version control helps keep everyone on the same page, and decentralized models like git allow for more backups of the data in case of a server outage. also, any non-trivial collaborative work needs some extra management on it. trying to find the lines that two different people edited and remerging code files is a disaster waiting to happen.backupsbackups are always a fun topic. it is almost universally agreed upon that backups are a good thing and that people should have them. the issue is getting them into place. even when there is a large scale backup solution running, it is good to have some personal backups of important data and code. version control can somewhat serve as a backup, but for projects not on version control or that are critical, having other backups are always good. the number of times that the file didn’t get committed between edits, was never in version control, etc and failed can be frustrating. this is where having another set of backups or snapshots comes in handy. this can be even more useful when the test server goes down. both version control and backups are helpful. i cannot imagine the number of hours i have saved from having backups and version control in place. students and many others may not see the use. others may not want to take the time to learn how to set these up. in the end, though, a small upfront investment will pay off without bound later.share this:click to share on reddit (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on facebook (opens in new window)moreclick to email this to a friend (opens in new window)click to print (opens in new window)click to share on telegram (opens in new window)click to share on whatsapp (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)click to share on google+ (opens in new window)click to share on tumblr (opens in new window)click to share on pocket (opens in new window)click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)like this:like loading... posted on july 15, 2017july 14, 2017the death of a programming language introductionanyone who has been around programmers or software engineers in person or online for long enough has heard the line: “x is finally dead.” or “x will be dead in y years.” it seems to be a pastime of many to declare languages dead. but will these languages really be going anywhere?the doomsayersi have heard people online many times say that a language is going to die. it seems that java has been killed many times over and oracle just hasn’t realized it, or so many people online would say. or students say that a language doesn’t need to be learned, because it is no longer used in industry and is a dead language. many of these claims are based off of pinhole views of what is and isn’t used within different circumstances.the causes of “death”many reasons are proposed for the death of a language, so let’s take a look through a couple of them. first, many people see a statistic that says year over year usage of a language dropped on a specific platform or survey, or maybe just dropped a place to another language. the issue is that these data points are not wholly representative.  a lot of development is not shown in these either due to privatization or just lack of submission. also a language falling a place could just be a small difference between the languages or they may fluctuate back and forth between years.second is the excuse that a language is never used anymore. this one is harder still to justify. languages are hard to kill off completely. cobol and fortran are still used to drive many core systems that are relied upon heavily. they may not see much new development, but maintenance is still thriving. now this may be a slow death, but to call these languages completely dead would be somewhat dismissive of these systems.my favorite reason is to hear that a language is no longer used in development or that a language is so broken that it should never be used again. one of the main contenders in this category comes from students and seems to be constant chatter about c/c++. the issue with this claim is that there is still a lot of general development with these languages, in addition to development for embedded devices that strongly rely on c and c++.the life of a languagekilling off a language is hard. once it gains traction it continues to live on. few companies want to redo their business applications every couple of years due to a slight shift in market share of a language. core systems especially within finance especially do not want to do this due to the major investment in both the old system and the investment that would be required for a new system.languages that have grabbed a market share and have found a niche where the usage makes sense will not die or will take most of a professional’s working career to truly die off. for example, for c or c++ to truly die off a massive shift within embedded platforms and many other systems, libraries, and frameworks would all need to happen. until then, much of this code that even our operating systems and primary communications rely on will continue to be maintained and developed.the caveat to all this would of course be if we see a massive shift in how computing works (ex. quantum computing). a massive shift that would be required to force this change could happen in the next 10-20 years for a mainline shift, but even then many systems may not move for quite a while.feedbackthoughts? what are some of your favorite examples of claims of a language dying?share this:click to share on reddit (opens in 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make a decision regarding encrypted media extensions (eme) that could have lasting repercussions.net neutralitynet neutrality was a fight that we all thought was over and done with years ago. as with other bills and policies, though, a change in political hands and some time later we are looking at the same battle. net neutrality is one of the most important milestones in internet history. with encryption and other issues still being constantly battled, net neutrality still takes center stage.the internet has grown rapidly. during my lifetime the internet has went from working over phone lines and being a nicety to being considered a primary method not only for communication, but for news and the flow of information. the problem here is that the internet grew faster than anyone could have expected. due to this few safeguards were put in place to protect this access to information.problems with isp controlaccess to the internet for consumers must go through and isp. on the face of this statement, this seems like a small consideration, we get other utilities through providers, why not access to the internet? the issue here is that many of these isp’s are not like other utilities. the other utilities provide power, or water, etc, and stick to that area. and as long as you get the advertised utility, life is good. the issue here is that isp’s also own media companies, and have their hands in other pots. the structure of the internet also requires cooperation between isp’s to get everyone access to various parts of the internet.it is in their best interest to hard sell you on their services and make sure that you do not use the services of their competitors, and since they control your access to the internet, they can manipulate this in their favor. not only do they control this, but without net neutrality and title ii they have a stranglehold over other resources such as telephone poles that allow them to prevent competition. without competition not only can they begin to control our access, but they can control the market as a whole leading to price gouging, lack of innovation, and stagnant or decreasing speeds since there is no reason to compete against themselves.call to actionnet neutrality will be decided for the second time soon. this decision will start to either restrict or reaffirm our access to free information and a wider range of opinions. this decision holds the future of the flow of information and the continuation of the information age in its hands. if you have not already i highly recommend that you make your voice heard with services such as gofccyourself.com or https://www.battleforthenet.com/drmnot only is net neutrality a hot issue right now, but web drm has caused its own shockwaves. at the end of last week it was announced that the w3c had voted to approve the eme proposal put forth by microsoft, google, and netflix. the intention here is to help protect content creators’ rights to their content. the issue is that the way that this is structured and the way that dmca could be applied leaves the end users unprotected and liable for many things.drm woessecurity is a constant concern, and technically researching vulnerabilities around the drm to try to make the web more secure could be a punishable offense. not only this, but all the compromises and protections that were proposed by members were killed off. the voted-on version is the original aggressive version. the w3c has been somewhat silent and has not spoken out much about this decision since. many websites have wonderful discussions on this topic and bring up many more of the ramifications of this decision. one that is especially interesting is cory doctorow’s post on the eff blog.conclusionboth net neutrality and the accepted drm have the potential to close off access to information and cause trouble for consumers. both of these issues call for both concern and an outcry to try to take back the internet. an open internet is the best thing we can have. please make sure to make your voice heard on these issues to help shape the best connection to the flow of information that we have.share this:click to share on reddit (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on facebook (opens in new window)moreclick to email this to a friend (opens in new window)click to print (opens in new window)click to share on telegram (opens in new window)click to share on whatsapp (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)click to share on google+ (opens in new window)click to share on tumblr (opens in new window)click to share on pocket (opens in new window)click to share on pinterest (opens in new window)like this:like loading... posted on july 8, 2017july 8, 2017edda: update 1 statuslast month i talked about creating an ai to help with development tasks. the first post can be found here. since then i have only got a small chunk done due to working on other projects. but luckily going to the big sky dev con gave me some ideas. in addition i have spent more time thinking through the architecture. since this will be posted on github, i am wanting to ensure that it has a stable and extensible structure from the beginning.timelineedda is a large system. even creating the module system for handling tasks will take quite some time. i hope to have at least one portion of the system done by the end of july, and hopefully a good working portion done before the next semester starts. of course, work comes first, and some of the other projects i am working on put this on the back burner, so we will have to see.the project will also be going live sometime this month on github. currently there is only a small piece of documentation there, so i would like to expand that and also get a skeleton for the structure up before making the repository public. share this:click to share on reddit (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on facebook 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