Windoze programming

Have just been through this dreadful lab, did not know much of the syntax, the editor always took care of that.

If practical exams ARE to be practical why in the name of all the blessed saints do people ask us to write the code beforehand and THEN start typing it in the IDE?

Are we dumb enough to fill our heads with the Hungarian-style variable names and all those ever so abundant methods with loads of parameters

or

are we just being played here by the clueless overlords; who have no other better method to evaluate us?

My quest to gain knowledge may have stopped as I entered this coll, but the curious heart that was ever so gracefully molded in Breeks remains its youthful and in search of the unreachable.

It would be unfair on my part not to mention the qualities karunya’s boring(bore: as in boredom) down my head, literally speaking.

Only here in karunya have I learn t the art of doing nothing.

Do you know what this is all about, this art of doing nothing?

Sure, we all know how to do nothing. We all know how to lay around and waste time. But many of us are too busy to do it much, and when we do it, our minds are often on other things. We cannot relax and enjoy the nothingness. It is suggested that this can be therapeutic.

Here in karunya I have found the path which leads to mastering the art of doing nothing.

Boredom and drudgery go alone well, only the former becomes the direct consequence of the latter.

Cause and effect works beautifully for the utter destruction of our creative minds.The cause being drudgery and the effect-Boredom.

In the words of Gandalf: ‘It is far more powerful than I ever dared to think at first, so powerful that in the end it would utterly overcome anyone of mortal race who possessed it. It would possess him.”

He’s most certainly talking about the One ring but it does suits my purpose well in defining boredom here.

Te agradezco el regalo, Tolkien!

Meanwhile in gory land:

Days of solitude with a pint of dejection and guilt goes down me like the sweetest elixir made to cure this broken heart of mine.

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