Received three job opportunities today..
One was near my dream job when I was younger — working for a game company, specifically a Game Master, which was within my reach before.
The other was just an open house invitation somewhere in Libis where one of my old friends is working.
The third one made me read the message 3x just to make sure they weren’t mistakingly sending the message to someone who’s only entry level. Cause the job description required someone with like 3-5 years of programming experience. And the catch is, they already pre-qualified me.
I was like O.O.. I wonder why.. Too bad Im not looking for a job or am I already a graduate.
Given a task to create a website from scratch for a politician, how would you design it?
Hi, guys. :D
I just found an interesting simulation program IBM made. It’s a free simulator that teaches you how to program a robot and simulate it to battle robots made by other people!
Here’s the link: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-robocode/
Learning to code with fun things like this in your spare time is a great way to learn programming languages. Once you get the basics down, you’ll definitely be able to move on into more interesting and challenging projects with code.
Hope this helps some of you.
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It’s hard to be an undergrad :(