Python, Research, Udacity Class

Udacity Classes 9: Intro to Relational Databases Part 1

Let's start with recapping the Udacity and other classes I've taken throughout my self paced learning journey. I'm going through a tough time and I need to remind myself of my wins. Remember kids: self care is not selfish SAS ProgrammingBeginner Notes (blog notes, SAS e-learning)Advanced Notes (blog notes, SAS e-learning )Introduction to Computer Science… Continue reading Udacity Classes 9: Intro to Relational Databases Part 1

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SAS Programming: Advanced Notes

Below are my notes from when I originally studied SAS programming advanced techniques through the SAS e-learning portal. At that time, I only took notes in Microsoft Word, so there was a real of lack of gifs. I'd go through and add some, but this is going to be a HUGE post and WordPress is… Continue reading SAS Programming: Advanced Notes

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SAS Programming: Beginner Notes

Below are my notes from when I originally studied SAS programming beginner techniques through 3 HUGE volumes of books a friend gave me. At that time, I only took notes in Microsoft Word, so there was a real lack of gifs. I'd go through and add some, but this is going to be a HUGE… Continue reading SAS Programming: Beginner Notes

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Udacity Classes 8: Applied Cryptography

Below are my notes from when I originally took the Udacity course Applied Cryptography. At that time, I only took notes in Microsoft Word, so there was a real of lack of gifs. I'd go through and add some, but this is going to be a HUGE post and WordPress is really struggling to function.… Continue reading Udacity Classes 8: Applied Cryptography

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Udacity Classes 7: Intro to Statistics

Below are my notes from when I originally took the Udacity course Introduction to Statistics. At that time, I only took notes in Microsoft Word, so there was a real of lack of gifs. I'd go through and add some, but this is going to be a HUGE post and WordPress is really struggling to… Continue reading Udacity Classes 7: Intro to Statistics

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Harvard Online Class: CS50 Introduction to Computer Science

Below are my notes from when I originally took the Harvard Online course CS50 Introduction to Computer Science. At that time, I only took notes in Microsoft Word, so there was a real lack of gifs. I'd go through and add some, but this is going to be a HUGE post and WordPress is really… Continue reading Harvard Online Class: CS50 Introduction to Computer Science

Mental Health, Project, Research, Wellness Journey

Making My Own Health App in Quickbase

A while back I had several posts discussing utilizing technology to overcome my depression. While all of that certainly helped, I eventually found myself overwhelmed with my original solutions (Monday.com application) and stopped using it. Don't get me wrong, it's a great concept, but doesn't offer enough customization to simplify like I would like. So… Continue reading Making My Own Health App in Quickbase

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Udacity Classes 6: Programming Languages

Below are my notes from when I originally took the Udacity course Programming Lanuages. At that time, I only took notes in Microsoft Word, so there was a real lack of gifs. I'd go through and add some, but this is going to be a HUGE post and WordPress is really struggling to function. Honestly,… Continue reading Udacity Classes 6: Programming Languages

3D Printing, Mental Health, Project, Virtual Frontier

Setting Up My Ender3 Printer with an Octopi Touch Screen & Printing Covid-19 Masks

In order to print the Montana mask to help with the COVID crisis, I needed to upgrade to a printer with a larger bed. I can still use my Monoprice Select Mini V2 to print sewing components, but I want to make masks since they are in such short supply. I found a great deal… Continue reading Setting Up My Ender3 Printer with an Octopi Touch Screen & Printing Covid-19 Masks

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Udacity Classes 5: Design of Computer Programs

Below are my notes from when I originally took the Udacity course Design of Computer Programs. At that time, I only took notes in Microsoft Word, so there was a real lack of gifs. I'd go through and add some, but this is going to be a HUGE post and WordPress is really struggling to… Continue reading Udacity Classes 5: Design of Computer Programs