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random(stuff); – part3

status: busy with school works.

Semester’s almost over.
Finals week: the week after next.
Report on Smalltalk next week.
Currently at CS150 (Programming Languages) lab studying Prolog.
Finals on CS176 (Computer Graphics) next Thursday.
Ilang-Ilang Residence Hall Garden Dinner on Friday.
Third Long Exam on Physics next Saturday.

Missing someone.
Must not get sick anymore.
Started writing a novel.
Researching quantum cryptography.
Azrael is dead. (Motherboard problem)
Currently using an ancient Dell laptop.
Changed mobile phone number. (Switched from pre-paid to post-paid)

Worried about dorm re-admission.
Thinking about applying for painting classes this summer.
Thinking about enrolling for violin class at the College of Music next semester.
Thinking about getting a summer job.
Thinking about the finals. (a lot)
Thinking about CS150 Machine Problem.
Thinking about the summer.
Thinking about what I want to do with my life.
Thinking about the fate of Azrael.

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About princess of antiquity

Abbi Cabanding is a member of the Security Bloggers Network and had been blogging on information security since 2006. She is also a member of the Association for Computing Machinery. She studied Computer Science and Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines - Diliman.

Discussion

4 thoughts on “random(stuff); – part3

  1. o, kailan ba tayo magmmeeting? hehehe

    Posted by nightfox | March 14, 4:42 pm, 4:42 pm
  2. “Thinking about applying for painting classes this summer.
    Thinking about enrolling for violin class at the College of Music next semester.”

    By all means, do those. This:

    “Thinking about what I want to do with my life.”

    You’ll keep doing until it’s too late, and then you’ll realize it didn’t matter. It’s what you do while you’re waiting to figure that one out (the above two) that makes all the difference in a person.

    If I can offer a suggestion, if you think you’d like to stay with programming, learn flex. It’s the next RoR. Learn it in the next year, and you’ll have more offers than you’ll know what to do with in 18 months.

    Posted by Alex | March 14, 8:29 pm, 8:29 pm
  3. What’s the novel about?

    Posted by Ryan Russell | March 14, 11:08 pm, 11:08 pm
  4. I saw you drop by my blog. Thanks. 🙂

    I’m also interested, what’s the novel about?

    Posted by yana | March 29, 4:29 pm, 4:29 pm

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