Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,
Megan
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Do I see XML in my future?

Perhaps my dream of working with XML for a living is not so far off as I once thought... I think the hardest part about it, though, is the fact that I am still learning terminology. I have ideas of the general concepts, but I do not have a strong enough grasp on the details to make sense of what I hear. I will have to take the time I get off between Spring and Summer Session I to read up on that. Also, with whatever time I have to spare, I want to work more on Java. It can't hurt to know a programming language... Maybe I could design and build the programs that didn't get chosen as the final project. Or maybe I could ask my brother for his homework assignments to complete. I won't bother to follow him as he learns C++ this fall, though. I hear that language is really picky.
For now, I need to get back to cataloging with Dewey Decimal! It was a bit confusing at first, but I think I've got the hang of it. Actually, it was pretty fun there for a while! :) At the moment, though, I feel like taking a nap. These days are really draining.

Maybe I should take Luga's advice and get some coffee. Well, maybe tea would work. Tea with sugar would be even better!
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