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!I'M WORKING ON MY PROJECT AGAIN!

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AT LAST I HAVE SOME FREEDOM TO DO WHAT I REALLY LOVE: WORK ON MY PROJECT!!! NOTHING IS GOING TO STAND IN MY WAY OF WORKING ON MY PROJECT NOW!!! I AM GOING TO LIVE, BREATHE AND FIGHT FOR MY PROJECT!!! ALL OF MY TIME IS GOING TO BE SPENT TOWARDS MAKING THAT PROJECT WONDERFUL!!! I STILL HAVE SOME BULLSHIT TO GET DONE, LIKE TEACHING MYSELF THE BASICS OF DJANGO, BUT FROM NOW UNTIL ABOUT SEPTEMBER 2018 I AM GOING TO HAVE ABOUT 70 HOURS OF FREE TIME PER WEEK TO WORK ON MY PROJECT AND I'M GOING TO DIVE INTO IT WHOLE HOG!!!

maybe i'll get a girlfriend and that will distract me from my project because i am quite good-looking and am not the stereotypical nerdy computer programmer and i do make efforts from time to time to get a girlfriend but i still am so isolated that i only get about 3 dates per year so getting a girlfriend is not all that likely. plus i am moving in september 2018 so it's pretty hard to convince someone to take up with me since i'm moving.

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modi123_1 Icon

10 November 2017 - 06:43 PM
Ah.. did you get fired? 70 hours a week seems quite a bit. That's what - 42 weeks.. so 2940 hours? You should get MANY projects done! :D
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modi123_1 Icon

10 November 2017 - 06:44 PM
Oh, and what's the project?
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bobsmith76 Icon

12 November 2017 - 01:58 AM

modi123_1, on 10 November 2017 - 06:43 PM, said:

Ah.. did you get fired? 70 hours a week seems quite a bit. That's what - 42 weeks.. so 2940 hours? You should get MANY projects done! :D/>


Thanks for asking. I'm a grad student and work night shift in a hotel. My hotel work only takes 2.5 hours per 8 hour period. And right now I'm basically done all my school work for this semester and next semester is going to be very simple. That's why I have about 70 hours of free time.
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bobsmith76 Icon

12 November 2017 - 01:59 AM

modi123_1, on 10 November 2017 - 06:44 PM, said:

Oh, and what's the project?


It's a calculator that can calculate the consistency of a natural language sentence.
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