In my first Data Structures class I was assigned a project where I was required to gather input from a user and then operate on that input to evaluate a mathematical expression. While I was writing the program I discovered how to dynamically allocate memory for an array of characters input from stdin. While I ended up abandoning the technique becuase it wasn’t going to work in that specific project, I wanted to document it here so I wouldn’t forget about it and so that others could benefit from my small insight.
I just got my hands on my shiny new copy of Ghost v0.3.0! What’s the first thing I wanted to do? Deploy my new personal blog to Heroku! In my first post on my new Ghost blog I’m going to outline the steps that were necessary for me to first get Ghost running locally and then successfully deploy the site to Heroku.