21
Dec

Theory and Applications

The degree I do at Warwick is very theory-heavy, in that we learn a lot of algorithms, techniques and equations, but put very little of it into practice. I quite enjoy the theory part of it, but it’s always fun to do the implementation (after all, isn’t the general perception of Computer Science that it’s a degree in programming?). Today, I got one of those wonderful moments where the theory is put into practice outside of the modules, when I had to implement Bresenham’s line drawing algorithm as part of our group project. For some reason, I found this really exciting! Of course, I had to look up how to do it, even though the module was only last year…

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