12 Apr 2000 BeeWarlock   » (Apprentice)

The german test were today, I can't say it went good, and I can't say it went bad either... at least not with my low expectations :)

Anyway, I've started to like php. Actually I could have learned it a long time, but I were just being stubborn, and wanted to write everything myself in C. Actually, in the first web-application I made, I even made the database myself, not very good, but very educational. I've also now (if I convert to php), got lotsa code to scrap, and it actually makes me feel a bit sad, but the way I was going with my w.a. stuff, was towards php anyway, just got to admit there exist better code than mine ;)

Well, at least I've learned a lot by my cgi coding in C, now I may get some time making real applications, like gnome stuff (I'm very eager to really get into gnome development =), and kernel stuff (have to find whatever bug crashing my machine all the time ;). But the big question is: do I have the time? Arrgghh.. if it hadn't been for the school!

I see I've got my first certification as apprentice today, by X-Virge alias Julian, and even though I probably don't deserve it; thanks :) Im gonna spend the whole easter-vacation with him, as linux crew on the Gathering, and I'm sure thats gonna be cool. Man, going all the way from USA to Norway on a computer event, and not even get paid... But fun it is, and sure very educational too!!

Went a trip to sweden today, with AJ, Stian and Leif-erik, to buy Redbull (it has a to high caffeine percent to be legal in Norway). Unfornately, I'm damn broke, and couldnt afford any, my only kind of income at the time being, is lending money from AJ, but only until Linux Løsninger starts being profitable. where I guess I must start paying back ;)

And btw, bonobo simply rules! Yeah, and computer test at school tomorrow, finally one that's gonna be easy. Guess that was it for today...

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