21 years old. Computer Science student.
Version 1 of my TwitterBot is up and running. :)
It’s really really simple right now but whatever! I will improve it over time. Currently it’s running on my desktop PC so I’ll have to shut it down when I go offline but I will transfer it to my RaspberryPi in the near future, I think :)
(RaspberryPi? More like HarmonyPi, AM I RIGHT?)
spetharrific replied to your post: Attempting to write a little Twitter-Bot in Scala.
ooh; what kind of idea? if you don’t mind my inquiryI thought it would be an awesome thing to make a bot who tweets compliments/niceties to people who tweet sad things so that they feel better. I already created the twitter account “HarmonyBot” haha :)I’m not sure yet how to make the bot choose/create the compliments. Probably I’ll make a set of template-sentences which can then be filled with postive adjectives/nouns which I’ll write down in some text files. This isn’t too fancy but I think it’ll be good enough for now :)I just like the idea of some person tweeting something sad and then getting a reply á la “You’re a wonderful and nice human being! <3” :)
Attempting to write a little Twitter-Bot in Scala.
Maybe it’ll tweet random facts from freebase or something.(I kind of have a nice idea I’m just not sure how to implement it ‘well enough’… further brainstorming needed. I’ll probably just keep it simple.) Had this idea some time ago and thought it might be a nifty little exercise to make myself familiar with Scala’s syntax.
I’ll write my bachelor thesis in the upcoming semester and I’d like to do that in cooperation with a company. The professor who’ll be my advisor and my field of interest are already set.
Friday I’ll meet the person who’d be my in-company supervisor if they think I’m worthy of writing my thesis at their company.
Let’s hope all things go well. I’m pretty excited about this!
I officially survived holding that talk and it went all well and I’m implementing and testing components for that ERP-Software now.
cabbagebot replied to your post: I have to hold this talk about evolutionary algorithms in procedural content generation tomorrow.That sounds like an awesome talk to give though :D. Good luck!Thanks! It’ll probably go well. It’s just that I always die a little when I have to hold a talk, haha.
I have to hold this talk about evolutionary algorithms in procedural content generation tomorrow.
I already held it last wednesday as some kind of rehearsal and my professor said that it’s great but I’m still nervous as hell. When I’m done with this I will sleep so much better, I can’t await it.
Then I just have to implement these modules for the small ERP system we have to build for the “architecture of information systems” lab until wednesday and after that I can finally start to work on my next Erlang-Post!
I feel like lying in bed. Like talking to nobody. Like listening to nothing but Chopin, Liszt and the sound of the birds outside my window all day. Like reading books. Like being with you. I feel like rewinding and stopping time at that moment that was perfect. Like warm breath on my skin.
No people discussing their private problems on their mobile phones, next to me in the subway. No people with half-baked opinions or prejudices against me. No need to justify being an introvert. No parents. No assignments or deadlines.