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25.05.2005Wednesday 25 May – Oracle is bad, Tomorrow is Today

Kieran collected Maz and I, and we returned to the joy and happiness that abounds within the walls of GPS.
I just got back from Indooroopilly, where Kieran and I had lunch. Now, back to INFS3202, which I’ve been working on all morning.
Going to walk to the Ville for food and then go to work. Maz is heading off with Kieran, also to work.
Here I am back in the labs after an uneventful night at work. How happy I am that I can once again be with my SQL.
After spending hours trying to fix a stupid, spastic, horrible Oracle error, I am now back to actually getting some work done. Kieran has just left.
Showered and cleaned teeth – and am now feeling somewhat more human.
So tired. Going for a walk and to look for food.
CSSE3004 is not what I wanted this morning – I am so tired. Ken refuses to release any tutorial solutions. Ken refuses to provide a sample exam. Ken refuses to release past exams. Ken refuses to provide the sample exam question lecture slides we were shown today. I am paying for this course, and Ken is making it as ineffectual as he possibly can. Ken must go.
More INFS3202. What a horrible assignment – Java is a horrible language, and JSP has to be the worst server-side language possible. Oracle is a despicable joke, and Tomcat ridiculously slow.
Off for food then lecture to see Kieran lecturing. In retrospect, he did not do any lecturing, but I did get a free chocolate bar.
About to head off to work. In labs with Kieran, Clint, Marcus, having just got back from the Microsoft .NET demonstration.

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