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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Friday 28 October 2005 (Day View) – Semester ends
28.10.2005 – Friday 28 October – The last day of semester
- • I had to attend a “post-implementation review” lecture for CSSE3004, which roughly translated, means nothing. My group and I, along with everyone else in the course, sat through two hours of management mumbo-jumbo, including a demonstration of the desktop system of the group who won best project—which wasn’t at all impressive, so I’m curious why they won—and listen to all the other students selling their souls to the course goals.
- • Julie and I began marking COMP1800 websites. This is going to be painful and slow.
- • I attended my last day at work.