The finish line to the semester is in sight… Just pooped out my two extra credit papers for Learning, have to sit through two more classes (very sad that Evolution of Behavior is ending…best class EVER), hastily finish my genetics assignment and email it to the prof before 5 pm, type away at my programming assignment and turn it in before 10 pm… though I’m almost done, so it shouldn’t take that long…gahhhh…. must… hold on…. crawl across the finish line on my hands and knees… finals don’t even matter …*sputter* *collapse*
I will do a little celebratory dance when I submit my final python programming assignment. It was a stupid introductory 100 level class, yet it was harder than my 500 level biology classes. Sadness. I just don’t think I have the brain for programming, as I’m really not mathematically oriented. I have, however, seen some friends excel at it, and according to them, with the amount of pcap exam questions free that there are online, any one can prepare to become a programmer. Not me, though. To me, computers are like a magical black box to me. I want to be able to random push buttons and have stuff happen, not actually think how to make the computer do that. Sadness. Oh well. I have to admit I did learn a lot, though probably not enough to actually write useful programs.
To be honest, I’m just glad that I’ve managed to get through most of the assignments without having a severe crisis. The only thing that I will say is that I do wish that my friend had told me about sites like bookwormhub.com sooner, as if I knew that there were people who could help me with my assignments before submitting them for marking, it would’ve made my life so much easier. But hey ho, I have that satisfaction of knowing that I completed something by myself. Although, I will definitely consider using external help for any future assignments that I have. Can you blame me?
On a lighter note, my TA for that class that grades our lab assignments is a club member (and now the Society of Non-Theists secretary, woo) and friend, so I left her a little present in our comment section: