Stay N Tom

Showing a slice of what it means to be Thomas.


Monday, October 24, 2016

The Rebirth

This blog was created five years ago when I was nine. Back then, there was no Codecademy or easy online resource to learn to code. That is probably why I created this blog. Now Codecademy exists and it has become increasingly easier. But there is still languages that Codecademy fails to cover.

All of that is so little in what staying Tom means. So what happened to this blog and where is it going? I've thought about reinventing this blog for some time now. I think that now would be the best time to do this. I stopped this blog around the time when I stopped home schooling. I just stopped caring to update it. I want to change that reality though.

Since then, I have skipped a grade, written two books, found a passion in music, and became the lead programmer for my high-school FRC robotics team in ninth grade. This is my second year of being the lead programmer in my robotics team. So I have never lost my passion in programming. Instead I have gained new passions.

So I will be updating this blog. This will be the start of something new. In this blog I will discuss everything that I enjoy. This will include science, teaching programming, adventures in programming, adventures in FRC, and my favorite subject, gaming. This will be my blog. This will be all about me and my passions. This is no longer a blog about just programming, this will be a blog about me and what I like to do.

When I originally created this site, I plagiarized it. This was before I knew what plagiarism was and so now I am sorry that I have done that. I plagiarized the book I learned to program python in, Hello World! My other attempts do edumacate you was completely original, but I know that I can do much better in my tutorials and such. I have decided to delete all previous posts prior to this one.

I don't know if this blog will become popular or what will become of it, but I do know that this will be something that I enjoy doing. Now watch that in a couple of years it will become inactive again.

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