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Fangerous!

It wasn’t even PQS.

The abbreviation was supposed to be PQC, standing for Product Quality Control, but apparently a typo was made. Sure, okay, I can get behind that. What I can not get behind, however, is how damn stupid the subject is. It doesn’t even seem that related to its name right now. It’s mostly just the whole “this is how you work on a project in a team” thing all over again.

And yeah, sure, I understand there’ll always be subjects that are less fun than others, but come on. For the entirety of middle school I’ve had a ton of subjects which I generally disliked, and none which I cared super much for. I didn’t detest them as much as I do with the shit subjects in college though. Maybe it’s because I expect fun, since this is the study I chose myself, instead of following stuff laid out for me? Who knows, it sucks anyway.

We’re being dropped into something, told to use the scrum method (hurr durr rugby), and then wished good luck. It may work, but it doesn’t. Oh and did I mention we have to continue where we left off with the previous project? Just when I thought we were done with that royal pain in the ass. Pff.

I should stop venting and start drawing a plant. Apparently I have five minutes to do so.
~ Fang

Comments

  • 16/04/2013 (7:55 PM)

    Yayz for another TWA .. err .. Three Word Acronym.
    *makes waves*

  • 16/04/2013 (12:33 AM)

    DRAW A PLANT BOY. DRAW A PLANT. Although I can understand your frustration. These are things that you chose to do. That’s a problem I had with college actually when I went there on an IT course. It wasn’t really what I was expecting or hoping for. Just stick with it for now though, things do get more interesting as time goes on. You can’t help that you’re more advanced than most, if not all of the class, and you can’t help that they aren’t as advanced as you and the classes are catering towards them. Soon enough things will change.

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