Cyderize.org

Cyderize.org is my personal website, started in 2011 which I use to write about computers, the Internet, electronics, music, and whatever else I feel like. I'm a computer nerd and musician, residing in Melbourne, Australia. Read the About page to find out more.

Also, visit my sister's website, Daydreamt.

2015

Posted January 16th, 2015 by

So I haven’t posted anything since last month – and by extension last year, as it is now 2015, which promises to be my final year of high school. VCE swimming pool analogies, I’m ready for you now.

I haven’t done a whole lot in in the holidays, which are quickly diminishing – no music things or tutorial installments as yet, but as I keep saying, I’ll get to that eventually… I think.

Oh, and just so you know, I managed to achieve Year 11 Dux for 2014, entitling me to a $50 reduction in my year 12 textbook costs – hooray for me. Hopefully I’ll be able to maintain my standards this year.

On another note, I’ve been doing a lot of programming lately, which has been consuming a lot of my time. I’ve been experimenting with Rust, which is a very interesting language indeed. I like it – I like it a lot. In fact, with all this programming, you’ll find most of my activity here on GitHub where I host most of my programming projects.

That’s all for now. More blogging to come at a later date.

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  1. I was looking how to do a very silamir with Go, and you justinspired me! I need to smoothly graph some real-time bandwidth stats, and I am interested in using Go.All the best,Nick

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