Hey there, cowboys and cowgirls. I am back in the saddle again. Yippee-yai-o-kai-yay!
Wow. Summer session went by very fast. Here I am, but I will not take a class this semester. This makes me unhappy. Boo hoo.
I am back in school this summer. Are you? The snow is gone. Campus is quiet. Library is very quiet. That makes it easier to study! On weekends I will go hiking. But I will always dream of snow. Good-bye!
Hello there. How are you? I am fine, thank you. I study computer science and mathematics. You may be very far. You may be very near. I do not know. Nevermind. If you see my dog hat, you know it is me. Think snow. Good-bye!
Often I wish that natural languages had static typing of return values for questions.
Attended Complex Systems Group seminar “How Bugs Invade: Arrival (and Survival) of the Fittest Bridges”, C. Brandon Ogbunu, Department of Biology, UVM
Attended UVM Computer Science Research Day presentations in the Davis Center. Talks by Elke Rundensteiner, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, “Complex Event Analytics on Big Data Streams” Josh Bongard, “Crowdsourcing Education” Maggie Eppstein, “Assessment, Visualization, and Mitigation of Cascading Failure Risk in Power Systems” Byung Lee, “Causality over Event Streams” Dawei Li, “Genetic Association Studies of Mental Disorders”
Yay. I am going back to school. It has been a very, very, very long time since I have been in school. Going back to school makes me happy. Also it makes me a little nervous. But is is good to learn new things. Don’t you agree? Study hard! Good-bye!
We want to stand upon our own feet and look fair and square at the world—its good facts, its bad facts, its beauties, and its ugliness; see the world as it is and be not afraid of it. — Bertrand Russell, Why I Am Not a Christian
C++ is like an octopus made by nailing extra legs onto a dog. — Steve Taylor The C language combines the power and flexibility of assembly language with the ease and readability of assembly language. — Unknown