This week has consisted of a bunch more skiing and playing in the snow here in Flagstaff. My skiing has improved dramatically and I feel like I can confidently and aggressively all of the blue slopes on the mountain, with even carving turns. I have found this to be immensely satisfying.
Feeling as though I have completed most of the conceptual material in Simply Scheme, I have decided that I am done with it for now. If the end-point of my reading was to learn the material to the level that is taught in Simply Scheme, then I would go ahead and finish it. However, my goal all along has been to use it as prerequisite/preparatory work for Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. I started this book today, finishing up through 1.1.7
Did Problems/Computer Lab: 4-1 from Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
Read this on determining if the contents of a file are identical based on the file hash. A have several directories that I think have matching files but with different names and I plan to write a script sometime this week to work on cleaning this situation up. I really don’t want to have to duplicates but I also really don’t want to have to go through by hand to determine which are the same as there a quite a few files in these directories