In computer science, programmers refer to instances as a new context based on an existing model. You can “spin up” or launch an instance of program/system you’re working on, developing it in a controlled environment. When ready, you can “push” your instance to the world. Others may “pull” down your instance, improve on it, and merge it with your work. Though the terminology may be new to those outside of the computer science world, the overall concept of developing instances is nothing new.
I have personally never liked the word “blog”. I don’t like it’s phonetic sound. I also don’t like how it lacks descriptiveness, or simply, character. So I’ve decided to call my posts as “instances”. Some serve as important developments in my medical world. Others may highlight literal programming or technology ideas I am tinkering with. Some may seem to have nothing to do with anything. Collectively, these instances give you an idea of what I’m tinkering with today.
Abstract Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-COV-2), previously known as 2019-nCoV, is responsible for the atypical pneumonia pandemic designated as Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). …
Elected to represent 1,000 medical students on issues primarily concerning academics, room & boarding, student safety, and overall medical school experience. Advocated and negotiated for the student body in meetings with student interest groups, faculty heads, college/university administration, and local public officials. Compiled student data and interviewed for national / international academic accreditation agencies.