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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

C, C++, Java, Python are pretty common I think.

 

And probably HTML too. Easy to make money with those nowadays lol

 

If this (somehow) make you feel better, here are the degree courses available :

 


Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Telecommunications

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Computer

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Nanotechnology

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Optical Engineering

 

My friend predicted that electrical may have a huge market in the future. What with all eco energy and stuff

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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

 

And probably HTML too. Easy to make money with those nowadays lol

 

If this (somehow) make you feel better, here are the degree courses available :

 


Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Telecommunications

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Computer

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Nanotechnology

Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electronics Majoring in Optical Engineering

 

My friend predicted that electrical may have a huge market in the future. What with all eco energy and stuff

lol you don't make software with HTML.
HTML, CSS and Javascript goes together to make websites

PHP and MySQL is really important with modern sites too.

They are useful to know since we use the internet, but I wouldn't count of making money with it.

 

Meh, don't really care about making loads of money.

electronics is more fun IMO.


Edited by akiroz - 5/21/13 at 5:30am
post #75753 of 156066
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

lol you don't make software with HTML.
HTML, CSS and Javascript goes together to make websites

PHP and MySQL is really important with modern sites too.

They are useful to know since we use the internet, but I wouldn't count of making money with it.

 

Meh, don't really care about making loads of money.

electronics is more fun IMO.

 

I know that HTML are only used to make websites lol, I meant I could earn some money making sites with HTML

 

Gotta have money to feed your hobbies. Especially my never ending hobbies lol

post #75754 of 156066
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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

I know that HTML are only used to make websites lol, I meant I could earn some money making sites with HTML

Yeah, but I mean you can't really do anything useful without learning CSS, Javascript as well as PHP and SQL.

and even then, you've got a lot of competition because there are so many people who know how to program sites.

post #75755 of 156066

Exams on Friday. Engineering is not a easy course.

post #75756 of 156066
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

If it's anything like my eng course...he'll only be taking engineering modules. None of that extra fluff.
I am adding in 20 extra fluff credits due to HS

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

Hmm.... *checks info*





Probability and Random Processes in Engineering
Introduction to Multivariable Calculus
Introduction to Linear Algebra**

Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations**










Introduction to Computer Science

Introduction to Computing with Java

Introduction to Computing with Excel VBA










Academic Orientation
Technical Communication I





Calculus I
Calculus II




Accelerated Calculus
Honors Calculus I
Honors Calculus II

















General Physics I with Calculus

Accelerated General Physics I with Calculus





General Physics II

Accelerated General Physics II













Introduction to Electro-Robot Design

A System View of Communications: from Signals to Packets Industrial Training

Signals and Systems

Digital Circuits and Systems

Computer Organization

Electronic Circuits





Final Year Design Project
Final Year Thesis

Technical Communication II







Seems about right to me biggrin.gif
We have Physics, Maths and a bit of CS.
But....... DO I REALLY HAVE TO LEARN EXCEL VBA??? (Visual Basic for Applications)
Where the hell is my introduction to Computing with MATLAB?
Nice,
I need a lot of fluff
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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post

Exams on Friday. Engineering is not a easy course.
Good luck
post #75757 of 156066
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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post

Yay, finally got to hear some planar speakers from a high-end system. Sounds pretty unspeaker like~

 

What model and how much?

MagnePlanar 1.7 plugged in to some Quad amp and fancy SACD player. Pretty much the first time I have ever called a pair of speakers detailed, though still lacks a bit of sparkle. They are around £2500 in some fancy shop in UK, so would be cheaper if I search around.

post #75758 of 156066

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Originally Posted by 0o0o0o View Post

MikitoP and keeno's collab:

 

Not the best quality but oh well. 

ILU (no homo).

I checked this album out at the store and, frankly, not too excited with MikitoP lineups.

 

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Originally Posted by Kamakahah View Post

Now you only have to worry about college and grad school...(which will make you wish things were still as easy as high school)

Yep...

Well, maybe not. I'm always told by exchange students and whatnot that in Asia, getting IN a university is hard as heck, but the university itself is a joke in terms of difficulty. Causing a bunch of people to slack off mad.

 

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post


Not sure how much diff your univ is. But you need to take the courses required to graduate with a degree of ____ engineering. And included in these barrage of classes are the required humanities, arts, language, etc

Not in Engineering courses. Maybe 1 or 2, but as electives. So you can choose something that pertains a bit more to your ideal choice. If a course you want to take is not listed in your elective choices, you can always discuss with the dean or any other person responsible, to get what you wanted as your elective.

 

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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

 

I know that HTML are only used to make websites lol, I meant I could earn some money making sites with HTML

 

Gotta have money to feed your hobbies. Especially my never ending hobbies lol

I know, eh? T-T

post #75759 of 156066
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Originally Posted by EveTan View Post

I just discovered this.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fragile_Dreams:_Farewell_Ruins_of_the_Moon

 

It was a nice playthrough. Had a relaxing and melancholic story.

What...?! they released it in English?!

aslkdjlkasjdsla

I had forgotten about it since I thought they'd never localize it in the West... ty!

post #75760 of 156066
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

W00T~
Finished my final exam!!!
Highschool is OVER! biggrin.gif
Congrats!!!
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Not sure how much diff your univ is. But you need to take the courses required to graduate with a degree of ____ engineering. And included in these barrage of classes are the required humanities, arts, language, etc
Hmm.... *checks info*





Probability and Random Processes in Engineering
Introduction to Multivariable Calculus
Introduction to Linear Algebra**

Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations**










Introduction to Computer Science

Introduction to Computing with Java

Introduction to Computing with Excel VBA










Academic Orientation
Technical Communication I





Calculus I
Calculus II




Accelerated Calculus
Honors Calculus I
Honors Calculus II

















General Physics I with Calculus

Accelerated General Physics I with Calculus





General Physics II

Accelerated General Physics II













Introduction to Electro-Robot Design

A System View of Communications: from Signals to Packets Industrial Training

Signals and Systems

Digital Circuits and Systems

Computer Organization

Electronic Circuits





Final Year Design Project
Final Year Thesis

Technical Communication II







Seems about right to me biggrin.gif
We have Physics, Maths and a bit of CS.
But....... DO I REALLY HAVE TO LEARN EXCEL VBA??? (Visual Basic for Applications)
Where the hell is my introduction to Computing with MATLAB?
post #75761 of 156066
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

Yeah, but I mean you can't really do anything useful without learning CSS, Javascript as well as PHP and SQL.

and even then, you've got a lot of competition because there are so many people who know how to program sites.

 

Yeah. Too much of them already lol. Well, the only thing that can make me stand out are my ideas. We'll see about that

 


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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post

Exams on Friday. Engineering is not a easy course.

 

Good luck. Anyway, better than what I had with my finals. Last exam on Caturday. English exam... sigh...

 


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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post

MagnePlanar 1.7 plugged in to some Quad amp and fancy SACD player. Pretty much the first time I have ever called a pair of speakers detailed, though still lacks a bit of sparkle. They are around £2500 in some fancy shop in UK, so would be cheaper if I search around.

 

Woah... Though I really like the simple design. I should invest in a desktop speakers first

post #75762 of 156066
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

Hmm.... *checks info*

 

Slacking Off

Introduction to Slacking Off

Introduction to More Slacking Off

Introduction to Ordinary Slacking Off

 

Introduction to Computerised Slacking Off

Introduction to Slacking Off with Java
Introduction to Slacking Off
with Excel VBA

 

Academic Slacking Off

Technical Slacking Off

Slacking Off in Calculus I

Slacking Off in Calculus II

Accelerated Slacking Off in Calculus

Honors Slacking Off inCalculus I

Honors Slacking Off in Calculus II

 

General Slacking Off I with Calculus
Accelerated General Slacking Off
I with Calculus

General Slacking Off II
Accelerated General Slacking Off
II

 

Introduction to Electro-Robot Slacking Off

A System View of Communications: from Slacking Off Training

Slacking Off  and Systematic Slacking Off

Digital Circuits and Slacking Off

Computer Organization of Slacking Off

Electronic Circuits to Aid Slacking Off

 

Final Year Slacking Off Design Project

Final Year Slacking Off Thesis


Technical Slacking Off Communication II

 

Seems about right to me biggrin.gif

We have Slacking Off in Physics, Maths and a bit of Communal Slacking Off.

But....... DO I REALLY HAVE TO LEARN EXCEL VBSO??? (Visual Basic for Slacking Off)

Which slacker stole my introduction to Computing Slacking Off with MEATSLAB?

Fixed.

post #75763 of 156066
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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

Yeah. Too much of them already lol. Well, the only thing that can make me stand out are my ideas. We'll see about that

How about you help me design the b1o Labs website?

I suck at graphics / design.......

 

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Originally Posted by wink View Post

Fixed.


Slacking off with Calculus??

Hahaha~

post #75764 of 156066
Quote:
Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

How about you help me design the b1o Labs website?

I suck at graphics / design.......

 

 

Good idea! Too bad I have ZERO basics and not sure when that ZERO would change to something else

post #75765 of 156066
I also auditioned some super fancy phones last week :-)
Sennheiser HD800 plugged into some kind of tube amp. That thing was huge! Tubes all over the place.
And experience I hopefully will never forget :-D
The Hifi shop also has some HE-500 I really need to listen to.
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