Well, it's finals time. Just finished my first final, 2 more to go. Another one tonight.
So I believe I did "ok" on my Java final. It's a beginning programming class, so of course is was rather easy. I mostly didn't know the questions on drawing, and function naming. Too much GUI for a beginning class, if you ask me. But other than the GUI (which, of course, accounted for over half the final), I did rather well. :)
My Cisco CCNA class is tonight. If I can manage to recram the knowledge into my brain, I'll do fine. I aced the hands-on final, of course. In fact, I was the first one done. Setting up routers is easy pie.
.....now data structures, on the other hand, I'm not doing so well in. I figure I'll fail (or get a D, which is the same thing). These things happen. I'll just have to suck it up, ignore the complaining from my father, and try again. Though not at DVC, I think I'll save that one for Chico (which, if you didn't know, I'm trying to get into). From what I hear from my prof, he'll be teaching it in Java next semester. I, for one, am not looking forward to doing queus with references.
On to more exciting things! (well, maybe not) So I figure I'll have a month free to do whatever the hell I want, so I think it's about damn time I got around to actually doing something with my website (http://xenith.org/
). If anyone has any design suggestions, I'd be happy to hear them. Visual design isn't my strongpoint, I'll tell you that much. I mean, just look at the site now. It looks like I puked on my monitor. :)