The Lounge is rated PG. If you're about to post something you wouldn't want your
kid sister to read then don't post it. No flame wars, no abusive conduct, no programming
questions and please don't post ads.
Programing them is quite interesting. I am working with PLC and Robots (different marks) and it is something I enjoy. But getting in detail in the intern structure, the servos and the mathematics behind of the positioning... that could be a tough one
I had one lesson of introduction to robotics at the university. It was 1,5 hours per week and at the end was surprisingly easy for me because I liked it and the professor didn't make a difficult test, in addition we had a semester work to rise some points (but it took some time).
I guess it depends on how deep in the subject they will go. The best option I can think of is that you try to find people who already made those subjects in your university and ask them. They actually are the ones who can offer you the best answers.
One thing to have in consideration is... there are no difficult subjects. Only subjects you don't like or where the professor is a completely as...le, and you can not do anything against it.
Regards. -------- M.D.V.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about? Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you Rating helpfull answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
When I was an undergrad, in five years' time I had exactly two electives - I picked Music 101 and Ornamental Horticulture. But were an absolute nightmare. Ornamental Horticulture was a ton of work, albeit fun - doing grafts and transplants, identifying species and soil types and nutrition requirements. But in Music 101 we were expected to learn to play piano in 10 weeks! Crap! I didn't even have a keyboard to use for practice. I expected 4 Easy UnitsTM, but got endless hours of practice and composition theory instead.
History of Science ought to be a good snooze, if you're good at memorizing trivia like the date Newton got hit on the head with an apple, or when Fleming's valve was first used to amplify a signal, or the exact femto-second when Schroedinger's Cat went missing... Of course, according to Heizenberg, we can't really be certain about that last, if anyone was watching.
We do have biology, just nothing that fits the time slots I have (plus I only meet the prereqs for the intro course), the only theater we have is a club, nothing for credit, creative writing is just not for me (never clicked with me, and I don't think we have it anyways, most of our English type classes are literature based). Photography I could be talked into, if it were available (but the only form of art we have is a few music classes). If you couldn't tell, our liberal arts department is tiny, it doesn't even offer any majors.
We do however have some sort of exchange program with a community college that I happen to live (basically) next door to, so I am going to talk to the registrar and see if I could take a class there. They probably have better selection for that type of thing.
It's obviously a CGI scene just looking at it. And no, it's not plausible; the relative angular size of moon and sun stays the same unless you physically move closer to the moon, at which point you are nowhere near Earth (as well as a bunch of other reasons in that blog post already linked).
Mrs. Wife has gone to another medical conference type thing for the weekend. I have some plans:
1. Horsham tomorrow morning for a full English breakfast (yummy). Côte do a really nice one. 2. Watch Crawley rugby team play. They're much improved this season. 3. Watch rugby in the evening and cheer the Springboks to victory over Ireland; hopefully they will but you never know with those Bejasus Pesky Paddy Pikey Leprechaun Micks. 4. Sunday morning off to a sabre fencing competition; hopefully I'll win a few bouts. Four years ago I did my first ever épée competition and had the rare distinction of played 21, won 0, drew 0, lost 21 which sounds like the arse-end of the soccer Premier League. 5. After a shower, snack and a beer go and pick Mrs. Wife up and tell her what a boring and miserable weekend I had and how it wasn't the same without her.
"I do not have to forgive my enemies, I have had them all shot." — Ramón Maria Narváez (1800-68). "I don't need to shoot my enemies, I don't have any." - Me (2012).
If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.-John Q. Adams You must accept one of two basic premises: Either we are alone in the universe, or we are not alone in the universe. And either way, the implications are staggering.-Wernher von Braun Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.-Albert Einstein
Last Visit: 31-Dec-99 19:00 Last Update: 16-Jan-17 13:56