Three years of study was concluded yesterday at the Copenhagen Business School when we defended our bachelor's project on Social Software. This also means that I'm done with school at least for now. I realize this with a certain amount of arrogance for turning down a free Master's Degree, but still, there's just too many other opportunities right now that has my attention.
So, I'm now officially a Bachelor of Computer Science and Business Administration. Marvelous!
Yay. I'll join the club monday (hopefully ;-).
I'm glad that we started the same year and you have made a great contribution to the "convertion" of me, and a bunch of other students, into Mac users :-)
Hey man, congratulations!! Guess you'll have no trouble enjoying this summer :D
Hey brother, congratulation. Now it's time to work.. ;-)
auguri! congratulations! what's next on the ToDo list? :)
Gabriele, I'll be a Working Man pushing Ruby on Rails in a number of commercial ventures. I'm sure I'll be blogging more about that in a not too distant future.
Joined the club yesterday.
Hope to see you again in the future - either studying or in the working life. I'm glad to have suffered under your influence of patterns, refactorings, XP, and onworth. I hope to be able to seek suffer under the same influence in the oncoming years.
Don't get out of touch, please :-)
And congratulations by the way. ;-)
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Hi and congratulations dude!
I just wonder how it was to interact Business Adm and CS?
Were they easy to maintain together?
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