Despite much-reduced course work, this year has academically been every bit as rewarding as the previous. Mostly as a function of the philosophy class and my on-the-side readings of Gerald Weinberg. The fields of economy, computer science, and organizational theory have moved closer—revealed their fundamental similarities and cooperation.
And now it's almost over. No more classes. A five-weeks project and three exams is all that's left.
Hopefully the next, and final, year of the bachelor's degree will sustain the reward.