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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by MattAY, Nov 16, 2017.
What did you do? What did you eat? Who did you piss off?
IS ANYONE OUT THERE?
It’s not even noon yet so just chillin at work.
I played the Xbox One X some more, wrote our Xbox One review, stared into the void then replied to this forum post.
I turned my thesis in.
It sucks. But it cleared.
I worked as normal. Got my mate's wedding do this evening. Haven't worn a suit in two years...man my weight gain sure snuck up on me! Rookie error getting slim fit shirts too.
Going house hunting later today.
Went on a business trip to Chicago. Stayed at the Waldorf. Was driven to work by the complimentary car (7 series Benz).
Haha sounds awesome Bret.
I just got home.
My partner and I traveled with my parents to Caloundra, in Queensland, Australia. It's a lovely little "beachy" kinda town where a lot of my dad's side of relatives live. We were there for ten days. My parents are still there for another two weeks but my partner and I are back home, as she had to go back to work today (I'm still off for two weeks). We really didn't wanna go back.
Been a long week at work. Was arguing with the mathematician at my job for a while today. Just like any other scientist who knows how to code, they think they know software principles because they can code some bullshit script, but doesn't know jack shit about stability and efficiency. Thankfully by boss always sides with me and we end up getting things done my way, which saves a lot of headaches later on down the road.
My job title says I am a scientist, but I am like the first one to say that computer science isn't real science at all. Math is the science (more specifically the theory of computation), CS is the application of the mathematical models. CS is more like engineering than science. I say this so I can justify my dislike for all of the other scientists that I work with. Then again the line between engineer and scientist blurs when the engineer is working on cutting edge stuff, which is where the CS discipline sits at I think.