Tuesday July 4th

Happy 4th! With Mock-Ups and Sailing…

I stayed up last night…

  • I stayed up until 1:30am to complete the lesson for Project 2 of the Nanodegree, so I could focus on the actual Project for the next 10 days.

  • Since that is done, I thought I should look at some possible topics and designs, as we can make our web page about pretty much anything.

  • That being said, there is a rubric to follow. It basically must use:

    • three style rules in CSS
    • one class selector rule
    • at least one image
    • 2 sections of content

What am I interested in?

  • I decided to make mine a small webpage on the Foundations of Functional programming. Most of the content, though interesting to me, is on some horrible webpage that is just being passed around, so maybe if mine looks a bit more approachable, more people would like to try out functional programming. :)

  • So how about if I made mine pretty?

That’s a huge project, isn’t it?

  • Nope. Mine is just blurbs, touching on some topics. They can seek out references if they want more information.

Things I wanted to cover

  • I drew out a list of things and came out with about 12 to 14 elements.
    • Navbar/ Header
    • Profile with photo of Alonzo Church
    • Small bio
    • Category Theory header (column info)
    • Lambda Calculus header (column info)
    • Column Info detail (Category Theory)
    • Column Info detail (Lambda Calculus)
    • Curry-Howard Isomorphism header
    • Maybe an image of some LaTeX (optional)
    • Footnotes/ References header
    • Footnotes detail to href links
    • Share this via fb or twitter (optional)


  • Moved on to some mock-ups. I used Proto.io’s free trial, because I don’t have PS or anything on my laptop. I think I like the second one, even though the margins aren’t equal

First Mock-Up / Draft

Second Mock-Up/ Draft


  • So this should give me enough time to work on implementing these and getting feedback, etc.

  • I don’t expect to get it right the first time, but the feedback so far from the programme has been very good in terms of the usefulness to me.


  • Calculate missing number from one array vs the other. Pretty easy. Just sum both and find the difference.
def find_deleted_number(arr, mixed_arr):
    total = 0
    total1 = 0
    for i in arr:
        total = total + i 
    for i in mixed_arr:
        total1 = total1 + i 
    diff = total - total1 
    return diff;

Oh…If I get cool Sailing pics…

  • I will also try to get cool sailing pics…we’ll see. I’m in love with sailing. I hope that one day I can just do it on my own.
Written on July 4, 2017