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January 10th, 2014 03:30 PMFlashpointAh, well it's good to know most are not poisonous. I still wonder about the golfer spiders, though.
That sounds like a pretty good class to take. Nice to hear you made some side cash from it! What was the programming language you learned? Most people would not consider HTML nor CSS to be a programming language as it is just basics.
January 10th, 2014 03:01 PMbobandbillSome are, certainly. We have a few of those. =( But most would be harmless.
It was an IT class. I think the best description I could give about it was that I learned how to learn programming languages in it, haha. We had a lot thrown at us, and half of the assessments coming from a bunch of projects that combined them all. And I have made a (mostly simple) website from it which got me some $$$ for a friend of dad's, and maybe someday I'll make myself a small site too.
January 10th, 2014 01:46 PMFlashpointAre they poisonous spiders? It makes a difference if their not or if they are. Over here we mainly just have the black widow to look out for.
What type of class was it? Have you ever tried to apply it to anything?
January 10th, 2014 03:41 AMbobandbillThat we do, but then I suppose it's a bit blown out of proportion. Stereotyping and all. It's more we have a lot of spiders rather than a lot of big spiders.
I see. I learnt a bit of HTML in uni too, although it hadn't been the focus of that class.
January 10th, 2014 01:23 AMFlashpointOh, I live in the United States so I would not know much of anything over there. Sounds similar, though. Also, you guys got a lot of big spiders over there from what I have seen on the internet.
The class list is actually limited and aside from the fast-track classes that start in the second part of the semester the other other classes require introductory courses in order to take the classes. I'm hoping to get by with a class or two. Hopefully HTML Introductory as a online class.
January 10th, 2014 01:18 AMbobandbillI'm not sure, but probably. But it's in the same uni (Sydney) and I am an Australian citizen anyway. So that's probably why I don't know. =p
Yes, the question was about the classes.
January 10th, 2014 12:45 AMFlashpointIs your Phd requiring residency?
Moreno Valley, just a couple cities away from family. Isolating myself from negativity and trying to be around people who are more influential to me and who would like to see and help me succeed. It is a nice city and they have everything just down the street; it's terrific. What would what be in? Are you referencing to the available classes?
January 10th, 2014 12:24 AMbobandbillPhds take another 3 years.
I see, where did you move to? And good luck with finding a course too - what would they be in?
January 10th, 2014 12:03 AMFlashpointYes, it was about time for something new and fresh. That's great to hear, you didn't waste anytime! How many years is that going to take for your career major?
Things are going as good as can be expected for the moment. I just finished moving a bit ago and I'm trying to find a couple college courses on the open class list, but many of them are fast-tracks held towards the second half of the semester. Priority registration is quite the issue.
January 9th, 2014 11:45 PMbobandbillHello! I spy a name change.
I've finished up my undergrad course with an extra year doing the 'joy' of honours. This year I'll be starting my phd. ~
How goes on your end?
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