Well i am doing this course about networks cisco etc and we are learning all the things about windows home pro and server same now with linux fedora after we did ubuntu..
problem is our coaches are the worst .. never show us anything and i am pretty much lost there..i think linux is cool (not everyone in my class thinks the same) but when you have to deal with these kind of teachers .. you can only shake your head all day long if you know what i mean..
the way i explained this is actually very nice believe me it is worse then i could ever explain..
nothing against linux.. just to clear things up..
it is like for example.. you pay somebody 40000 dollars to teach you MMA and all he (or his team) can say is, google it and find out for yourself how to fight.. just like that..
hmmm what is my linux ubuntu teacher doing in mexico.. for sure not teaching .. just doing her thing i guess..
Instructors like that are the worst. For better or worse, the most influential professor I ever had was a hardcore Unix guy with hella experience (worked for IBM back in the day along with other stuff) as a low-level programmer. He was incredibly meticulous, and I had to adapt. All professors I've had since then, no matter the course/subject, have hated me because of the attention to detail and logic I show in class.
Er... I digress. I love Linux... a lot.
And I'm thinking a post-workout shower is in order.
I am trying very hard not to fall asleep at work. I am wrecked right now. I am drinking Dr. Pepper and walking around to try and get myself going. I know as soon as I get home and touch something remotely comfortable, I am going to be out.
They still are. Didn't matter how many times i had completed them, it was still awesome to play over and over again.
Yes! I remember countless nights of THPS, soda, and snacks until early in the morning where I would sleep until about noon, wake up and do it again!
The old school Tony Hawk games are the best by far! I remember figuring out that if you used the slow motion cheat, your guy would go really slow, but the points still accumulated at the same speed, so you would get credit for holding a super long trick due to the slow motion. My high scores on the 1st THPS were in the millions!