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Anyone else here a ham radio op, or know Morse code?
I'm currently re-learning Morse, and doing some preliminary studying before I take a ham course later this year.11
My Data Structures and Algorithms sample midterm exam's instructions mentions "No Morse Code allowed"2
- build my two pixie radios
- get my ham and Morse code licences
- finish writing my rf replay attack program
- build a custom version of raspbian os for FRC
- win all the games (right @ellont?)
There are more.. I can't remember them.. I should really wake up before trying to make lists6
i have exam in less than 12 hours but i am just trying to type LOL in Morse code.
NO its not Morse code exam :(1
Learning morse code.
I knew it few years ago using the fucking symbols.
I was slow AF.
Now using new method and using sounds its much faster to learn and much easier. Here i come morse code !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!3
So this morning a guy asked me what my work was, I told him I'm a mobile developer, and what the work consists of
Then he came out with a:
"oh I heard that you developers write code, but which code? Something like Morse code or Braille?"
And i was like: "wtf, did he seriously said that?!"
So I jumped right in and replied
"No, actually I see pretty sharp"
... but I think he didn't get it ..uhh so sad :c
Who would have said. Learning Morse code is hard. I knew it few years ago by pictures but i heard thats the very worst way so im learning it from scratch by sounds. Oh boy.
How do you fucking hear the dash and dot difference at 15wpm ? I mean its there surely but its tiny.8
Could it be that devs using spaces over tabs actually send secret messages in morse code to each other while indenting?
Music Production (packed with hardware devices like Samplers, synths mixing desk, etc), Hamradio (Radios, antennas, morse code, etc)... :/1
I just installed the interior IM app developed by my company's IT center, the way it uses to sync messages is almost common, downloads data from server and adds those conversation to client's window, and I am sure the guys who wrote this stupid thing invoked a same function like pushing message or something else, 'cause my cellphone vibrated like a Morse code machine w/ tons of Adrenaline injected when I press "Open", for almost fucking 1 minute.