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Spring 2015

COM 225 Interpersonal Communication

Instructor: Carolyn Hurley

A little tough to get an A for this course considering the fact that you can only lose a maximum of 24 marks throughout the semester (376/400). 3,131 more words



Each family is suited to coordinate and has a different colour palette but using the same colours for each family.

The bohemian style usually clashes patterns and colours together so I wanted to really branch out with my designs yet keeping them similar. 125 more words


Update what have i been up to

I missed last weeks blog as I didn;t really do anything on my project other than I was talking to Todd about things. We remade the first app and we talked about the problem I had with the action bar activity and how it was depricated which means that it is still there but no longer being supported and is going to be phased out, just like windows xp. 250 more words


Dtrace on OEL6.6 is working!

I was close to giving up. Because of the following things:

  • I could not find much on the Dtrace error I got.
  • I tried the commands I used last time on my VirtualBox with OEL6.6 and Oracle 12c and got a…
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Module Reviews || S2 2014-2015

So here are some of the modules that I took this year and my take on the lecturers. Please note that I have my own biases and that there are reasons that I may not have preferred a certain module/ a certain lecturer and I will try to cover that as comprehensively here as I possibly can. 686 more words

First Year Exams: A Survival Guide

After years and years of school exams you probably think you know everything there is to know about taking exams to the point where you could probably be employed as the most knowledgeable invigilator in the country. 454 more words


Digital support for projects

Did you know there areĀ a number of free learning resources, online courses and professional development tools available for project leads to access? Macmillan Cancer Support Learn Zone provides a variety of resourcesĀ available for Macmillan Professionals, members of the public and volunteers. 206 more words