att. conservation notice:
first diary, c.s. student,
work: nothing much interesting to say here, I work
as (part-time) system administrator for a small web-enabled
company, where I am the local *nix guru, Perl hacker and
geek in general. Good job, nice people and good perks, and
I just got green light to move our servers to Debian
(they are being reorganized).
edu: computer science major, with a minor in math.,
trying to prepare for exam (T-7days and counting). C.S. is
generally a full of cool things for me to learn, but there
are some really boring things too, for example creating
SLR-parse tables by hand :-(.
programming: hmm. . . I did some Windows programming
yesterday, needed to somehow get a list of existing drives.
It seems one cannot do this, so you have to do something
for(int i=1; i<26; ++i)
printf("%c exists, whee!\n", 'A' + i - 1);
hackish, to say the least, imho.