- My dad died. Not recently, though - it’s been 15 years as of today. Although much time has passed, this story still haunts me, and occasionally memories of those days surface. I often thought about writing it down to get it out of my head, and also to preserve the memories before they fade. continue reading
This is Tobi. Some heartless piece of shit put him out on the streets of Los Angeles. Thankfully, Bridge of Hope for Dogs in Need found him and saved him from the killing shelter.
I’m glad because you don’t have to suffer anymore, but I’ll miss you badly.
… who dis?
An anxious 16 pound cat from the shelter in Ruse, Bulgaria. Let’s see how this goes.
After his owner died, Elvis ended up at the shelter in Varna, Bulgaria. Now he’s with us.
- It’s already been more than two weeks since I started my little Advent of Code + Haskell adventure. So it’s time for a little update. Here’s what I got done. Day 2 Puzzle description Regular expressions are often my first choice when I have to parse something. Like in this case, to get the values easily out of strings like 6-8 b: bbbnvbbb. continue reading
- One question the always comes to my mind in the discussion about code coverage is: What does the percentage refer to, anyway? This is probably a stupid question. It seems to be common sense that it is the whole codebase. But does it really have to be? What is the value of code coverage, again? continue reading