18 Jun 2002 CEmery   » (Apprentice)

    Unfortunately, I haven't been able to do much in the way of programing, school has been taking up a lot of time. I started to learn Haskell, but I'm having problems with trying to A) figure out Monads, and B) Trying to find a good tutorial on the language for people who have never used it before. I'm especially looking for an online one that explains in depth a lot of different stuff. I don't know, maybe something more like the Python Tutorial. Also I'm looking for programs written in Haskell, stuff that's not UBER complex, but interesting above and beyond Hello World.

    Haven't worked much on my mud, but I chalk that up to lots and lots of time spent in school and writing papers/speeches. I really want to get working on that again, but it's been a while, might be hard to get back into the swing of things, but I hope not.

    School's out for the summer, now I just need to find a job. Going down to Oregon State University next Fall, which I'm very excited about, going to be taking CS classes again, finally. It's a very Java oriented program, but I figure I can live with that if they are willing to teach me good CS skills. My only issue is housing, I have two ferrets, so I can't live on campus, I'm hoping I can live with a friend of mine down there through

    Well, that fell through, anybody going to OSU need a 2 room mates (me and my GF) + a pair of Ferrets? (never hurts to ask)

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