i dun no y ya need skool 4 enyway cuz it dun halp nobuddy an u can juss get a job witt a few frens an stuff an juss rent a room sum place an party it up so ya
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3/29/10 at 1:59pm
Well, technically we're long out of start-up phase, but still with the good benefits (competent executives/management, not controlled by a larger corporation).
Business software. Not anything that kids entering Computer Science programs today would likely dream of doing (unlike "cool" stuff like AI/graphics/games). Which is why I love it! I get the satisfaction of a job well done, building things soup-to-nuts, in an industry that IS NOT teeming with tens of thousands of the best & brightest software geeks. Master concepts at the undergrad level (which sadly, few degree holders do), and you're gold.
I miss being able to coast with little to no effort, I miss Academic Decathlon, and I miss a few of the teachers who had some sort of impact on my life at the time.
Beyond that, I don't really miss High School much, and don't really think back on it much either.