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Thursday, December 9, 2010

TB133 Strategies for the Technical Professional

So tonight the class I am attending is called Strategies for the Technical Professional. We're going to be learning how to use ITT Tech and other resources for our benefit. Mildly useful since I don't know exactly what is available to me at ITT, but do know - for the most part - what the rest of the world has to offer.

The instructor (who was a sub apparently) told us to keep track of people around us, those who miss class, are late, etc. This is something that I was actually doing already. I am on the look out for likable individuals who are in the same major as me. I have some projects that I want to work on, and I know that I will need help on some of them. About these projects I will explain a little bit in a post later, but for the most part they're a secret.

The focus on today's class was team work. My team did alright. We got bonus points and that's all I cared for. I also made the whole class laugh for a good 10-15 seconds. Good times. I'm much better surviving out at sea than I am surviving in Canada.

This is unrelated, but the other day I noticed the need to update my resume. With my new schooling, finished projects, and new employer, it seemed appropriate to fill in the new information. It ended up looking hilariously squished, but I couldn't find the will to remove anything because it was all terribly relevant to the kind of work I'm looking for. Someone should look it over for me.

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