Wednesday, June 22

Current Status

According to the essay Ten Things You Can Do Today to Jump-start Success we should re-write our goals every day. Well, I'm not going to do that here but I have wanted to use this blog to keep track of the things I am doing. So, today I am going to treat you to a copy of my todo list.

  1. Create the config and control block diff data I promised Becky.
  2. Finish exercises from section 2.1 of Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (SICP) Exercises 2.13 - 16.
  3. Work on the broach candidates study.
  4. Do wrist physical therapy exercises
  5. Work on "The space of solutions ought to be continuous in the space of problems." blog entry.
While I'm at it here is a list of books I'm reading ,or planning to read, and my current status.
  1. SICP [Section one of chapter two; out of five chapters, and 22 sections (I have personally done every exercise up to this point)]
  2. The C++ Primer [Finished three chapters of eighteen (I am doing just a few of the exercises)]
  3. The C++ Programing Language [I have read up to ch. 18, but I keep starting over. Currently in ch 14 of 25 (I am doing just a few of the exercises)]
  4. Higher Order Perl [I don't have a copy of this yet. Hint, hint.]
  5. The Global Positioning System and inertial Navigation [Reading chapter two of seven]
  6. National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual [Ugh!]

1 comment:

Ken Dyck said...

I'm also working through SICP, though I'm a ways behind you. If you'd like to compare notes, I've been posting my solutions here.