So today I am having my Human Resources paper and After completing it I am having second exam right after 1 and half hour of Project Management. 📍Human Resource is basically how to manage the employees and mainly focussed on management of company.
Also HR Department is call the nervous system of Organisation. 📍Project Management is basically how to function in the project. How to create set of rules in project. From start to end how the functioning of the project will be done ✅. #computerengineering#collegelife
Well, I can honestly say that fall semester 2018 is OVER!!
I feel like I say this at the end of every semester, this this seemed to be the hardest 4 months of school yet. There have been more tears, confusion, tutoring sessions, early mornings, late nights and mental breakdowns, this semester than ever before. A couple reasons why:
1. Started a new full time job that occupies a lot of time! Duh, it’s full time!
2. I took mostly night classes, which also occupied a lot of time.
3. Moved into a new home while still finishing it at the same time.
4. Took a week long vacation in the middle of semester. Not smart!
5. I am no longer in entry level courses, all 2500 and above!! •
I will always be grateful to have the opportunity to receive an education, but I’m more grateful to be done! •
Here’s to a month of relaxation until spring semester starts!
📌For the next 4 days ill be studying for my programming paradigms class and for my other elective, which is introduction to astronomy. I have my finals on thursday and saturday. I'll have quite a good break, until january 7th.🔥🔥 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📌 For my programming paradigms class, I have to study 5 chapters. Basically, I have to study for PROLOG, Clisp, C, Ruby and Aspect J. Today I was able to do PROLOG and half of Clisp. The goal of the class is to simply teach the difference between some paradigms. For example, Clisp is functional programming while C is procedural programming. Also, PROLOG is actually logical programming, Ruby is multiparadigm and Aspect J is object oriented. Ruby is pretty much just like python! Multiparadigm languages mean that they support more than one paradigm. Honestly its interesting but the way they teach the class makes it very boring! They pretty much tell us to learn a bunch of languages, do some assignments and thats it. We never really went beyond that. 😒
This past Saturday our team hosted its first-ever, "Hour of Code". This program brought community members and their children together with Team 341 mentors and students for an hour of in-depth computer science exploration.
We split our 40+ attendees into two groups, beginner and older/advanced, and worked on two different activities. The younger crowd was able to work with their peers and parents through a variety of "Dance Party" activities while the older crowd worked more independently on a combat-themed quest.
When the hour was over, our team invited participants to drive our 2016 robot and see how careers like computer science can directly apply to the real world. Students were delighted to operate our robot and shoot foam balls at our team members.
At the end of the day, parents thanked us for our efforts and even asked when another one would be happening!
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New book I'm reading.
So far so good, learning about the logistics of computer science and how computer scientists calculate decisions for their systems.
Photo by: @andreassterneer
I recently decided to move on from web development to cyber security, I don’t know what happened but website development just stopped being fun for me - anyways, I’m currently 50%+ through the course I’m taking (which is around 56 hours) —
This also means that I will probably not write much code before the end of December (most of the course is just information / non code stuff (virtual machines, routers, encryption, tor, etc) so for now I will simply be posting photos of the standard output of the commands I learn ^^
Photo by: @juliacodes
My setup is making it pretty difficult to want to code or work anywhere other than my desk -
Im now so used to my mouse and my big comfy chair that I hateee going to the library or programming anywhere else. -
What item of your setup do you have a difficult time working without? -
Is there any reason to buy a 240Hz monitor? MSI’s $479 Oculux NXG251 isn’t content with the standard 144Hz; it can do 240Hz, which is nearly double what most gaming monitors tap out at. It also has a 1-millisecond response time, which helps eliminate ghosting or motion blur. To notice a difference in gameplay, it largely depends on what games you actually play. This kind of monitor is best suited for competitive FPS players, MOBA fans, and anyone who has twitch-like reaction times to the virtual objects moving on-screen. However, to have a screen like this, you'll be sacrificing viewing angles and color accuracy. 📷: @happicamp