Bitwise operator part 9

Is comming to an end! With this part, we'll finish the logic and we'll start the UI. This post is about checking the states, the rules and test if, given a specific state, it is allowed to do something when you consult the rule. Our example has this states: loaded: 1 (00000001) playing: 2 (00000010) … Continue reading Bitwise operator part 9

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Java on VS Code

I'm studying Python and data structures to prepare myself for an A.I. course and handle a lot of data. The Python course, well, uses Python, but for the data structure course, the language is Java. I did a Java course about ten years ago, using the old Eclipse, but, this time, I decided to use … Continue reading Java on VS Code

I’m late on the “bitwise serie” but…

Well... none is reading my serie but I'll finish it anyway! I didn't do it yet because I'm studying PYTHON! I'm very excited about Python, Machine Learning related things and, to setup an environment, I used the WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) and the Visual Studio Code to do it ( https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/remote/wsl ). I'm very … Continue reading I’m late on the “bitwise serie” but…

Bitwise Operators Part 5

At Part 4, we've written the persistence layer, now, let's write the Repository, but, first, let's remember the foundations of the Repository Pattern: Repositories are classes or components that encapsulate the logic required to access data sources. They centralize common data access functionality, providing better maintainability and decoupling the infrastructure or technology used to access … Continue reading Bitwise Operators Part 5