How many engineers does it take to change a light bulb?None. That's a hardware issue.
The web interface for my database works! Now, I'm so close to getting this term project done almost two months early. Woot woot!
This semester has been crazy. There has been so much going on with Cupola, classes, and my jobs on campus. Nothing noteworthy has happened except that I survived midterms! Luckily, this week will be a short one since we have our first ever fall break. Lord knows I could use some R&R. Sadly, though, I... Continue Reading →
This it's what happens when I am learning how to use HTML and PHP.
This is an interesting article talking about how some colleges and universities have changed recruitment efforts to get more women interesting in computer science. Seeing that Carnegie Mellon has such a large amount of female freshmen starting in their computer science program doesn't surprise me. When I was looking at graduate schools, they seemed to... Continue Reading →
I took my iOS final on the last day possible, and I got a perfect score on it! I actually ended up with over a 100 in my first class of graduate school. I feel like a beast! Now, I get to celebrate by taking two weeks to relax and recharge before the fall semester... Continue Reading →
...better than a warhead on your forehead. I wish I could remember the entire quote. The airman talking to our ENGR 1110 kids was great! He seemed to be able to relate to them (probably because he was 20 - haha).
On Friday, I got to lecture my ENGR 1110 kids on networking. Considering we have a whole semester on the subject and I was having to give them a crash course in one afternoon, I took a breadth approach. One of the topics we covered was packet encapsulation. At the end of the lesson, I... Continue Reading →
22 Of The Most Powerful Women Engineers In The World These women can serve as an inspiration to all the young or soon-to-be female engineers.