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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 30 September 2004 (Day View)
30.09.2004 – Thursday 30 September – And again...
- • Maz dropped me at Toowong station in time to catch the first train into the city and hence home, where I promptly went to sleep.
- • Having surprisingly woken up, I unsurprisingly headed back to uni, where I proceeded to stay – all night. This COMS3200 assignment is terrible. I’m trying to code a peer-to-peer client and server thing in Java. It doesn’t have a great deal to do with networking. I guess it has in a way, but there’s far more string parsing and semi-complex data structures than networking. Just understanding the specification is all but impossible – I am really not impressed. It’s just too complex given its intended purpose, and is not suited to mass black-box testing.