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Well college started today. I'm going to Seneca at Don Mills and Finch if anyone feels like stalking me. It takes me 2.75 hours to get there :/

It was OK today only 4 class in the afternoon and all together. Tomorrow it starts at 8 and ends at 5! I have a 4 hour break! Normally this would be OK, but I really don't have anything to do. I'm gonna go buy my books and mabye some other stuff at the nearby mall, but that hardly covers 4 hours. The school has a shitload of computers, but I hate having people watch me work, mainly because my stuff is lightyears ahead of their shit and draws too much attention.

Anyway I'll definately be missing much of my "intro to C course". Let's just say the last week deals with "the complex switch statement " [rolleyes] they don't even cover arrays till semester 2...

Even with all this I have finished the palette viewer! HOORAY!



And yes I'm able to create a GBA emulator in C++ having only been through a highschool VB course, because I rock.
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I live down the street at Yonge/Finch :) .. and I work at Short Stacked Studios on Don Mills between York Mills / Eglinton.

What program are you taking at Seneca? I'm guessing Computer Prog / Analysis spec in game development :)

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You lucky sod to at least get to miss C. We got Java, which is just plain horrible. [sad]

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Ouch, 2.75 hours to get there? You might as well move into temporary residence. You guys have to make sure that you come to the GDNet Conference we're having at George Brown in late September/early October. Chris and Juliane seem to have put this up.

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What program are you taking at Seneca? I'm guessing Computer Prog / Analysis spec in game development :)


No I have little interest in Game Development. It's "Computer and electrical engineering: control systems". Basically making circuits and programs for machines. I hope to go inot Robotics as I'd much rather work on a factory floor than in some cube


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You lucky sod to at least get to miss C. We got Java, which is just plain horrible..:)


Well actually it looks like I'll never have to take programming as next year is VB(yuck).

I'm not sure which is worse, VB or Java.

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Ouch, 2.75 hours to get there? You might as well move into temporary residence. You guys have to make sure that you come to the GDNet Conference we're having at George Brown in late September/early October. Chris and Juliane seem to have put this up.


I can't afford to move out :(

and your meetings sound boring and nerdy.

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I've been trying to make it to one of those meetings since I moved here in March... unfortunately I haven't had time yet :(

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