Almost half a year ago I left academia in search of greener pastures; seeing the title of this post you would naturally assume that this did not go particularly well, but this post isn’t about that. Rather, having made a serious attempt at doing “serious programming” in VBA for a while now I wanted to write about my experiences, and if I am lucky I might provide some tips for others who find themselves in a similar situation.
I took a break form web development after my last spout of website creations and haven’t really touched it since. However, recently a co-worker asked me for help hooking him up with a website for his a cappella group, and as I am incapable of saying no, I thought, why not?
After having worked on extending openQCD to fit the needs of my collaboration (FASTSUM) for almost a year and a half, I am finally able to release it to the public with reasonable confidence that it works.
Hello to whomever might read this. This is (as is probably all too apparent) the first post on my brand new homepage. This basically spurred out of the creation of a separate web page of a separate project as I discovered how much fun making these things actually are. Most important is probably the fact that I came across this wonderful Jekyll theme, but didn’t have anything to apply it to.