CS476 Represent!

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  1. Stan says:

    Well i worked on my code projects in RU by myself. Oh good old times in school huh? Oh where have you goneth? However, i agree about the rest of the stuff – "code parasides" and "idea sniffers" where everywhere. I even remember some people hanging out by the printers waiting for others to print their code only to grab it and run away 🙂

  2. Chuck says:

    "I even remember some people hanging out by the printers waiting for others to print their code only to grab it and run away"

    Wow. Now *that’s* shameful, but I wouldn’t put it past some of the low-lifes that ended up in CS.

    For most of the classes, I pretty much worked with one guy I roomed with my freshman year or worked solo. During the years that I was in CS, we had several 300-400 level courses which required teamwork. And for good reason too, as in the real world, most projects are completed by a team.

    I really miss those days when everyone in the group just loved to sit down and write code, play a couple rounds of games, and write more code 😀 Fun times indeed! I think that because I mostly work with people in their late 20’s to late 30’s, I don’t meet many who really have that kind of time to commit to programming for fun.