Friday, 22 June 2007

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Algorithms and Data structures are programmers' A-B-C, tiny and fundamental bricks which let them compose massive wall of code.

They represent the way a programmer intends to model reality's shape and behaviour.

Sounds like a great course -and actually it is- but it's often bypassed by students for its huge requirements of advanced algebric calculations.

Eg.: me.
I delayed 8 years this exam. It's a shame.

With this result I finally closed the "first year" chapter; it's a important day in my life.

1 comment:

donnadelmare said...

e siamo orgogliosi di te, tutti..