I was quite surprised I’m not that fully loaded on my Tuesday-Thursday classes. The only thing that made me sad because my day starts early, 7: 30 AM, and that means I have to wake up early. Classes has just started and I can still say “Oh, I still have lots of time” when I get home from school. I only have three subjects for TTH, but when things get serious, it will be kind of heavy for me.
We have a subject where we have to work with CorelDraw. I don’t know anyhting about the program, but we’ll have basic and probably advanced knowledge about it by the end of the sem. We’ll be making a magazine as our project. It sounds cool and exciting since I haven’t tried it yet, but thinking of making it along with our Database project, it seems a really serious case and we’d have sleepless nights. Hopefully we won’t have a project for our Advanced Java class, but there’s a slim chance that it’s going to happen. @_@
Blame me; I’m lazy. 😛 Database + Web Application Development = CROS project. Yup, that’s the name our system. <3
Later this day, we met with our Networking teacher. He mentioned a lot of things we have to tackle, and wrote terms I can't comprehend. The subject seems so broad, that even if I run, I still wouldn't be able to cover the whole area. @_@ And he wants us to speak English the whole time. It was our first meeting and at the same time, we had our first exam, and it was an essay type of test. We haven't even got a clue how to answer questions like "Distinguish client server and peer-to-peer network", "Identify the elements of a client server", "What is the advantage of network computing compared to a standalone computing". We haven't even started discussing but he had given us a test already. *extreme nosebleed* Again, system overflow.
System overflow means my brain can’t take all the information thrust upon it. It’s like you kept pouring water over a full glass, and where did the water go? Down the drain. @_@