Thu Apr 26 13:51:24 CEST 2007

girl.png Girls Day

Today it's Girls Day. Universities and manufactures open the door to show the girls the advantages of some special jobs.
Our university also take part into this day for young girls.

Condor and I decided shortly to go to one or two events which were planned for the girls. First we would like to have a look at "In touch with computer science".
We were there but nobody else. Then we went to the Newton house and would like to have a look at the presentation about optronic. Second time were we don't see anybody there.

I don't know if the girls are only not interested in our university, in the programm, in scientific jobs - or if they were all in the laboratory of the media.
Imagine it's Girls Day and nobody is there. :-(


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Tue Apr 3 18:31:59 CEST 2007

Fears and Present

Sometimes there is fear - there is anger - there is hope - there is optimism - there is disappointment - there are wishes, there are dreams - there is reality.

Our life includes such situations, such feelings, such... ways of thinking. But isn't there more? Isn't it worth to live for more? For more positive feelings, for more positive situations, for more.... more life! More fun. More joy. More time where we can be happy together. More sunny days.

Yes, I believe that it is worth to live for that. But there are still the negative emotions - there is still fear. You shouldn't let fear be the central point of your life. Those situations where you have got fear for are those situations that will definitly happen when you let fear control your life.

There is only one way where everything will go to if you let fear control you - into nothing. Into the end. Into death. ...


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Tue Apr 3 14:41:13 CEST 2007

unknown.png Haskell: Intro

This semester we must study Haskell.
It's a functional language. This means that you have to use in Haskell a lot of functions to program.

It also has got pattern matching, lazy evaluation, monads and so on as features.
At present I read the tutorial Haskell Tutorial for C Programmers . Hopefully I'll understand this paradigm at some time.

It's a nice language nevertheless to do something absolutely different to C or C++ or the whole procedural programming languages.


Posted by Sebastian Wieseler | Permalink | Categories: studies, projects/programming |

Mon Apr 2 22:11:52 CEST 2007

clock.png Stopping the time

Sometimes I've got the wish to know what currently happens everywhere else. I know that this is impossible. And I know that this is not necessary. Because, simply, you cannot stop the time. You cannot stop the inevitability.

You cannot change the past. And sometimes you even cannot change the present. All what you need is trust. Trust in yourself, trust in the time,..., trust in everybody else.

Sometimes it's hard to trust in time. You don't know where you'll go, but you know where you come from. There will be hope sometimes, but there will be much more fear the other times. You have to live with that...


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