Killer audio right now.

I love writing documentation for code. I’m not so sure I even like the coding part. I’m writing an interface spec for class and documenting it. I’m finding it the most enjoyable part of the programming process. I suppose I could easily get a job doing this. Everyone always talks about lack of documentation, but it wouldn’t be the case if I am around.

I just got out of the first ACM meeting that OU has had for like 4 or 5 years. There was a great turn out of people, and some of them seem very cool. I think I could learn alot from some of them, so hopefully the group will flourish.

That test was more difficult that I had anticipated, but I think I did well enough, a 4.0 still purhaps. I’m just pissed at myself for not realizing I can do a two’s complement in VHDL real easy. DOUGH!!! I am such a bad test taker it hurts, maybe my teacher girlfriend could tell me why, how, and what can I do to fix it?

Today was a good day, only two days, and two class periods left till SPRING BREAK!!!

I am excited and pumped for my test in 45min. I don’t recall the last time I was this confident going into a test. I feel prepared, but I have done almost no preparation. For some reason this hardware class comes very naturally to me. I looked over the suggested review notes that the instructor gave and found it boring and simple. I will rock this test.