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January 27, 2012

Here is a short introduction for me, Robert Brunelle. This is my third semester in the program, and I’ve chosen the teacher-librarian path as my focus. As to when I plan to graduate, I am not quite sure; it all depends on how many units I can complete each semester. When it comes to programming, I have no experience whatsoever. In fact, computer programming has always been a mysterious and intimidating subject for me–which is a large part of my reasoning to take a programming course. I’ve always been a bit of a Luddite, so I suppose the fact that I am taking a programming class is a bit unusual in and of itself.

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  1. derek permalink*
    January 28, 2012 12:55 pm


    The intimidation will be replaced by knowledge and respect and a different attitude toward mystery based on comprehension of ignorance. I love this work because I am always reminded of how much is out there to learn and how puny my knowledge is in comparison.


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