On Software Designing, Computer Geniuses and a Fabulous Website

by - Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Believe it or not, after finishing my bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy degree, I enrolled for a two-year Cisco training and certification course with my younger brother.  At first, I was so positive that I could pull it through but a month after classes started, I realized that the course wasn’t for me.  I backed out while my brother didn’t.

Looking back, I quite regret the fact that I did not push myself a bit further.  I could have done it, for all I know.  Or perhaps, routers, LAN, servers, network switches, etc. are simply meant to be understood by the chosen few?

A close friend of mine once told me that I could have majored in computer science instead.  Although CompSci students need to go through mountains of challenges before being handed their diplomas, I might actually find it more interesting than Cisco.  Could be, could be.  I mean, coming up with great software designs, debugging computer programs, creating awesome websites --- all these sound interesting to me.  But then again, if ever I tried getting myself into the computer science course, would I have done it or just probably chickened out as well? [http://onlineprograms.ndnu.edu/mscis/online-computer-science-masters-degree-online]

Speaking of awesome websites, I wonder who developed and set up the website for Irregular Choice.  Whoever he is, he’s got himself one brilliant mind with superb website design skills.  Irregular Choice’s homepage is really cute.  If you haven’t checked it out yet, I suggest that you do.  I am pretty sure that you’ll end up loving the website, too!

… and have you seen their super cool shoes?  I so want to own a pair soon.  Something that is not so irregular though like the shoes below… if you know what I mena.  *wink*

Irregular Choice high heel pumps

Irregular choice

Irregular Choice round toe pumps

Oh no.  Not again.  Enough with shoes.  But just to let you know, I really really like the green toe pumps.

How about you?  Are you a computer science graduate or a graduate of any computer related courses?  If you are, what’s the best part of your job?  If you’re not, are you planning on taking any computer related courses in the near future?  Online or offline?  What websites do you find really fascinating?

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