>Last week before the shutdowns we all joked about skype classes
>mfw I actually have to reinstall skype in 2020
At least it's some
human contact. I also have to install discord for another class.
Things are shaping up to be fun.
I had to write three whole sentences for "lifestyle" class about Good Will Hunting
, a movie I haven't seen and don't intend seeing.
But who cares. I accomplished the herculean task by using the plot synopsis on Wikipedia.
This is one of those classes I didn't really bother with when things were normal
. I just attended it once and then following that, I just simply went home an hour early to have lunch. A noble goal, in my humble opinion.
So, yesterday I had a siesta and when I woke up, I noticed that I got an F in grammar. So I had to make the essay printer go brrr and send in something to fix
>Exemplary and good writings, Ernst, a shame that you sent them in on the 1st of April instead of the 27th of March
Yeah, fuckin' exemplary, one I wrote after a shot and the second I just rushed because the fucking alcohol wore off and I was getting angry again.
So my grade was kinda like a stock market. It plunged into the upper Cs from the upper Bs before stabilising in the mid Bs today after an emergency intervention. Seriously, fuck this bullshit.
Today was good at least. Doing some maths.
Walked in the garden a lot. Tomorrow it will be warm enough to sit outside again. Then I'll work on stuff outside if I can, and also I'll read Kawabata's Thousand Cranes
. Then I'll move onto Eschenbach's Parzival
, because why not.
The worst of the hurdle is I think over. Well, at least the random bouts of anger and crying stopped.
Had a shot of espresso and some cake. Things are returning to semi-normal. I want this bloody thing to be over. >>40012
>I thought that nowadays the kind have it already in the gymnasium.
Idk how they do it in Germany, but here both programming and web-development education boils down to the very basics, so much so that when we learned web-development, it was like 3-4 classes tops and we didn't even do it in HTML but rather using a graphic Mozilla designer tool called Compozer if I remember correctly. You could make some fancy Web2.0 sites with it, but nothing more.
Programming was C# and we didn't go beyond the basics, only developing 3 programmes slightly more complicated than "Hello world!".
It's a joke and worthless.