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journal:fall2019:ccraven2:week11 [2019/10/31 06:24]
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-Filler text- your entry goes here; remove ​this line to receive full credit.+Week eleven has been kinda strange, I missed last tuesday which is when we went over this weeks project, which I didn't get done but I intend on doing tomorrow.. so I kinda forgot about that project until earlier today. The puzzle went well, only took me like 45 minutes ​to complete. The longest and most tedious part of the puzzle is typing up the solution. The class is getting to be pretty fun though, making video games and being able to slowly see them come together and form an actual working game with a score and moving components that we can control is pretty cool. I like the class in that aspect but pretty much everything else is still hard for me to understand. I look around the room and see everyone else understanding the Unix system and programming but I'm just trailing way in the back with little to no understanding of whats going on. I feel like I'm not going to pass this class and I don't even want to see the grade I currently have... I don't want to give up on the class because I've never given up on one before but at this point I'm not sure if focusing so much of my attention on a class that I might not even need for my major is worth it. I'll figure that out soon if my adviser decides to respond ever
  
 +The letter divisions with the different bases is fine and the video games are fun but pretty much everything else is bad. My mind is not made for coding or really anything that has to due with making a computer work. I am much better at using the computer once it is already working and using that device to solve other problems. I enjoy building things, designing structures, testing matirals, and building scale models, not sitting behind a computer screen typing a bunch of codes, not knowing if its going to work or not and having no clue what im typing. some people are just naturally good at coding and computer tech, I'm just not one of them...
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 +week 11 down kinda.
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