And in the End.

   30 March 2004, early morning

And that is that. We’re done. In a half hour I will have been up for twenty-four hours. I’m tired, but it is raining outside, so i’ve decided to stay in the C&D with patrick.

What can I say? If I had to do it all over again, I probably would have taken Networks. No, I suppose I am joking — a little bit anyway.

Compilers has definitely been an experience.

update: I woke up at 8:30 yesterday, so I could make it to my Marxist Theory class. I got home today at 11:15, just before lunch. (My plan is to take a shower and sleep.) I’ve missed all my classes for today. My last class as an undergraduate should have been STAT 231, instead it will be PSCI 321. I kind of like it that way. I didn’t think about it at all till I started walking home, listening to no surprises by Radiohead.



  1. this definitely calls for a long string of irish carbombs.

    take a shot glass and fill it half with irish whiskey and half with bailey's. take a pint glass and fill it half with guiness. drop the shot glass in the pint glass and chug-a-lug. repeat as desired.

    it may not sound overly appealing, but after you try one, you won't be able to stop having them. truss.

  2. So did you finish everything?

    And if I had to do it all over again, I not sure that I would have taken distributed, but not taking compilers seems like a really good idea... ;-)

  3. no, we didn't come close to finishing it all. I'm not in the mood to talk about it anymore. We have lots of stuff half working. It's a shame. In the end we had about 50,000 lines of code.

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