10 Feb 2003 brondsem   » (Journeyer)

Went to the school library today and was surprised by the extent of Comp Sci books they have available. I wish I had a few days where I could just sit up there and read. I checked out 2 books by Knuth and a Java Swing book.

Native Qt for Windows
kde-cygwin.sf.net's port has been moving along quickly. I found out the hard way that qt can't be compiled with bison, but must us byacc as the yacc-replacement. I've only been following along via anonymous CVS and the mailing list, but I hope to help out in the future.

Classes are actually interesting: Cell Biology, Religion (Biblical Foundations), Software Engineering, Spanish Lit (not very interesting yet), Psychology (not sure about the interest-factor yet).

Haven't been able to access anything I need to which is okay I guess, since I don't have much to do

We hope to kick off CSX for 2nd semester soon. Game programming group will probably start this week. Fun, but time-consuming (and frustrating to get all the sprites aligned right...)

My Boolean Expression Editor for Java has been coming along nicely. Still have quite a bit to do, but I'm beginning to see how I'll be able to use it for the search interface for my Java app

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