First post in January! Happy new year!
Over those two months, I was very busy. However, I also played an active part in my Fansub group, translating courses on OCW for our teachers. In my spare time, I studied scripting language and assembly language. In early January, I went to Shaanxi Province and climbed Mount Hua, the steepest mountain in China. Now, I have just been back from National Bridge Youth Tournament, where my team ranked 1st! Today I went to school to organize and joined another Bridge match (I got back to Beijing at around midnight yesterday).
Although in those two months, I was very busy, I considered all my efforts worthwhile, and I’m looking forward to the upcoming winter break!
In about a month, I am able to use python to write programs. Needless to say, I am quite excited at the moment when the compiling was done!
Then I could not help wondering at the great aid that computers and programs had brought to the world. I do not need to collect the data and care about the format of texts anymore, but instead the task can be accomplished by the programs!
In a broader view, the introduction of computer has greatly changed people’s life style, for it released our hands and activated our minds!
Nowadays, the debate on Alpha-Go has gathered much attention, and I believe that the budding of artificial intelligence will be a tremendous milestone in the history!
After learning python, I realize the power of programming. As a very useful tool, it can greatly facilitate our lives. And I believe that as my study goes deeper, I will be able to use Python and other tools to do complex calculation and simulation, and at that time , I can also run a multi-functional program on my PC as well!
My collaborator is so exhausted and set back by the ordeal offered by our student council. So during this semester I will carry on and take charge of blackboard painting by myself. But I do not consider it a drudgery. On the contrary, it is quite delightful because I always enjoy painting!
This week our blackboard is about Anti-Japanese War, and our class had already taken part in its Anniversary. Pretty much a RED theme, isn’t it?
Oops..one of my classmates went into my picture!