Coding and More Coding

I’ve been really busy coding this week. Almost all of it is back-end things that you will not notice, but it will make me feel better. What I’m doing is re-writing the code that I’ve been using to list My Music Choices and my Lists so that they are written the way WordPress Plug-ins should be written.

This also became much easier when I learned how to use Xampp to run a local server for WordPress. This lets me test out all my code before I try and make it public for you to see. It’s better because it prevents me from bringing down my whole website because I had a bug in my code.

And since I’m never one to only have one project running at one time, I started kicking around some ideas of what I want to do with the website for my lacrosse team. I’m really excited about diving into this one because it will be my first website that has a real purpose and not just me adding things because I think the are neat. I also will get to design all these things that will make the webpage very dynamic and require very little input from which ever person on the team is in charge of updating the news items and such.

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  • The Translucent Man Says:

    It’s too bad nobody reads your blog because whenever I check it it’s really good. Some of the coding stuff is difficult to wade through for commoners but that’s just how it is.

    Listen I bet this guy 20 bucks I could find an optimal strategy for this game, I realized I’m definitely getting way the worst of it but I’ve been passing it along to people. Game plays as follows:

    – Two-player game. Each player is given six cards valued 1 through 6. An additional six cards, again valued 1 through 6, are shuffled randomly and placed face-down in the middle.
    – There are six rounds, each round goes like this. One card is turned face up from the middle deck. Each player then selects one card from their own hand and plays it. The person who plays the higher card wins all three cards (their bid, their opponent’s bid, and the card they were bidding on).
    – If both players play the same card, it’s a tie and all three cards carry over to the next round. The winner of that round wins all six cards unless there’s another tie in which case it parlays again. If there is a tie on the last round the cards are declared void.
    – This repeats itself six times until all the cards have been won or voided. At the end of the game, you add up the values of all the cards you won, and the higher score wins. There are 63 points in play total ((6+5+4+3+2+1)*3).

    I’m sorry if I didn’t explain it well. Right now I’m trying to see if I can crack it if each hand just had 1, 2 and 3. I’ll keep you posted.

  • The Irish Thug » Blog Archive » Lacrosse Website - It Lives Says:

    […] just over 5 months since I mentioned I was designing a website for the lacrosse team, the day has come that it has been unveiled to the world. As usual, a bunch of things were found to […]


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