life is great when i can just sit and learn

It’s a great feeling, wake up at 9:30, jump rope, then sit and learn…. 

 Nov/07 starting…


code world

Today is sep 29,2012,I just wrote a 5.5million check to my landlord, now I’m sitting on my bed….”it’s easier for hitler to start WorldWar2 than it is for him to sit in front of a blank canvas “, who ever say this, must be wiser than me, although bastard hitler is lucky–he never get to code..

On sep 9 ,2012 . I flew from china –> sf,california. I lost my green card there , it is a fantastic experience, keeping me enjoy wonderful censorship — I got off the plane, saw the tweeter logo, I cried..and tweet “I want some youtube,mutherfucker!”

It is how powerfully we are, we adopt the environment so quickly, the things make us high don’t make us high no more, sometime we all forgot we won the lottery.  I know i can be a kickass programmer,or half-kickass, just matter of time (of course ,asshole) no,dude, literally! .. all i need is one employer, who is blind and rich. why i’m still unemployed, man , just look how persistent I am even after 7 months of learning and produce this shit .

My TEDx Talk on ‘The 4 Mistakes You’ll Make in College’

fucking awesome!!

On June 3rd, I gave a talk at Mission San Jose’s TEDx event. Because I was speaking to juniors and seniors in high school, I decided to write my speech on some of the mistakes they should try to avoid in college.

Here’s my 18-minute talk:

And here’s my slide deck:

I decided early on to leave out some of the more topical and “obvious” mistakes, like taking on colossal debt, or going to college in the first place. That type of advice isn’t very helpful because our choices about higher education are not strictly rational…

Students take out massive loans in hopes of a better future, while dismissing the greater likelihood of a compromised one. And people go to college because it’s still very strongly enforced as the best possible career move by our society, our parents, and our peers.

I didn’t want to give a talk that pointed out…

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just relearned cs101,and got my cs101 certificate ,two words: it’s a beast.(I’m really good at counting)

I find really handy; i can try,error,memorize tons more.
my next step: cs212 taught by legend: peter norvig .
07/25/2012: I chatted with david from hackbright academy, sad that : i can’t work for him
glad: He so generous and say ‘let’s get coffee’; I know david….amazing people don’t have time for ‘coffee’, I’ll make sure I’m building something

Books reading :Meditation —ryan holiday ‘s favorite book.
quotes: “It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live.”
Imma rebirth on Aug/08/2012


code dilemma

I’m learning python at udacity–4months now, and i just started learning ruby on rails after seeing @j3 ‘s amazing HungryAcademy program.I feel terrible,cuz i haven’t build anything yet. damn!! It’s like reading The game 10 times and fuck 0 chicks,another way to put it: it only harder your dick without telling you how to get holes or maybe just me don’t know how. Everyday i ask myself “did i learn something”, the answer,usually “not much”. why i moving like a turtle.
cs101 is too fucking awesome. I fell in love with Dave , but it kept me waiting..i usually finish one unit in one day and wait for answer for days…
and cs212 is hands down –too damn hard!and too good.

why haven’t i build anything yet? should i keep digging @udacity or …apply for dev bootcamp,app academy?

I need something build — 7/20–8/20