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Anime Stats
Days: 148.4
Mean Score: 7.53
  • Total Entries1,456
  • Rewatched54
  • Episodes8,877
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Tenchi Muyou! Ryououki
Tenchi Muyou! Ryououki
Sep 18, 6:54 PM
Watching 1/6 · Scored 8
Black★★Rock Shooter:  Dawn Fall
Black★★Rock Shooter: Dawn Fall
Sep 18, 6:53 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Alice in Cyberland
Alice in Cyberland
Sep 18, 6:53 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 5
Manga Stats
Days: 12.1
Mean Score: 7.43
  • Total Entries98
  • Reread36
  • Chapters770
  • Volumes72
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Ningyou no Kuni
Ningyou no Kuni
Sep 7, 8:19 PM
Reading 3/? · Scored 7
Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
Apr 14, 2018 1:07 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Shuumatsu no Maris Stella
Shuumatsu no Maris Stella
Mar 27, 2018 8:32 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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Erimda Mar 8, 1:17 AM
Ooh are you learning Japanese? That's awesome. I really want them to animate Wazamonogatari so bad... I haven't read the novels though, not sure if they are translated in english.
Regicide Mar 7, 4:33 PM
I've gotta catch up on both of those, I really liked hataraku saibou S1.
I should probably update my anime list while i'm on mal.
Regicide Mar 7, 4:13 PM
Fortunately I can't afford matlab, so I've never used it, so i'll take your word for it.
I guess I could try out octave if I was so inclined, but R and python fill that need for me currently.

Recently when I've had an itch for something more low-level though, I've been using Rust for its safety guarantees (and also its stdlib).

I feel like I never get any better at lower level programming though because I'm a ruby programmer at work, so most of my work is pretty high level and around databases (indexes are my mortal enemy).

On a completely different note, have you been watching any anime this season? I've been digging horimiya.
Regicide Mar 7, 3:51 PM
My site is written in markdown, so i'll probably leave the csv and just have pandas do .to_markdown and incorporate it into the build step. I already have my site themed properly so I guess that will be all that I end up needing.

I have to say, as a normal web dev, malloc and friends scare me. I've never had to write C for production so I'm pretty poor at it, even if I do think it's a fair language.

You're a hardware guy right, so that's probably why the C focus?

^^ Can't get much faster than C for big data problems. I know a bit of C, and I have to say I admire how barebones it is yet how you can write a lot of things, like compilers, OSes, network stacks, etc.
Regicide Mar 7, 3:35 PM
I've been working on my "digital garden", basically trying to keep a copy of data of stuff of mine, so I parsed it from xml -> csv -> sqlite, and now I guess I have to write some sort of script to turn my sqlite db into an easy to look at html form. (I guess pandas' .to_html() would suffice, but now that I'm a dev, everything has to be over-engineered).

My hat is off to you sir, for writing C. One hard language to use for sure.

It's hard to believe it's been almost 10 years since I started posting in casual discussion (general discussion?) and we started talking on mal.
Time really flies.
Regicide Mar 7, 3:16 PM
Hey Deserada,

I went online to grab my myanimelist to play around with it using python and noticed you left a comment so I figured I'd say hi too.

even though I'm not active anymore on MAL it's good to see an old face.
Erimda Mar 7, 2:27 PM
hello! and yeah i watched almost all of it except for kizumonogatari and koyomimonogatari. i want another season BADLY!
Kenken159 Mar 1, 5:58 AM
thanks my dude, I'll make you proud !
SarasaKai Feb 19, 4:47 PM
Hiya, I've been okay thanks what about you? I replied and then saw that the comment was from a year ago haha
SarasaKai Feb 7, 1:05 PM
Cneq Mar 16, 2020 2:44 AM
I still haven't really decided the exact career path I was going for since I wanted to sample some of the courses in my first semester and see what they're teaching. In the one month that I've been studying I haven't really found any of the languages that difficult at all [I've been using C++, Java, JS but python seems to be my favorite so far], of course it's just the very basics from videos like freecodecamp but when you consider my degree will probably take 3 years and in that amount of time I'll still be learning on my own I should have at least enough experience for a junior dev job somewhere.

Either that or I was going to get into the more networking side of things or maybe work with databases. Still not too sure but my goal right now is to just get as much core experience in as many areas as I can and when I find an area that's both sustainable and doable for me then I'll get into the more advanced stuff. Here in Australia it seems portfolios are everything and if you make a bunch of projects in your own time or contribute a lot and can show your skill then you should be good regardless of degree. The degree for me will just be something that'll show employers I have a formal education in the field but that'll be propped up by a good portfolio.

That's good to hear the US still has opportunities, I'm originally from California and I know the IT industry is always booming over there but I was considering moving to Dallas if I did move back since that's nearest to one of my relatives, not too sure on how many jobs are out there though since Texas still sounds pretty rural to me lol
Oreo_Cheesecake Mar 15, 2020 11:50 AM
FIRST Robotics
Cneq Mar 14, 2020 10:48 PM
Yeah the degree I was suppose to start is actually a Bachelor of IT but I was going to major in information systems instead of comp science. I wanted to stay away from the more heavy theory based math that's in comp sci and instead learn those areas in my own time. The way I'm looking at it the degree is more of something that I want to get my hands on to get my foot in the door but the majority of my learning is going to be on my own like I'm doing right now and any stuff in uni will add to that.

Here in Australia from what I've seen there's not a whole lot of competition and most companies are just looking for either a information systems, plain IT or comp sci, any of them work. It seems they're looking for certain languages or systems that you're experienced in above all else. I'm actually a dual citizen of both the US and Australia so I may actually move back and work in the US down the line.
Immahnoob Mar 14, 2020 4:24 PM
Garbage, that's how. I only came back to bring in some valuable dissent, in a place that no longer allows it.
It's unfortunate, but even places like MAL are now ripe with CURRENT POLITICS, from every point of view.

I'm not really active though.
Maceration Mar 5, 2020 3:04 PM
a lil bit of everything, but i sold all and only kept a bass, amp, some pedals, drumsticks + drum pad.
nice mix - the one with the gliched .hack infection picture... I really wanna get into electronic music in future, since instruments are so limited by sound and rhythm..