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wiwe221062750dIf something is to easy try to make it challenging for yourself. There's always going to be people with different skills levels in a course which causes these kinds of problems
- Client server setup for online playing
- try expanding with other boardgames while reusing as much code as you can
vane911750dWell I’ll write it 1000th time.
School is not about work but about trying to interest people about the things it’s trying to teach.
The moment school stopped to be knowledge source ended at the same moment you don’t need to go to big building and ask wise person about place where certain book can be found.
I remember times when I need to find a page in the book in the library to know something and it was easier to go to school and find out which book I need to look after but now it’s waste of time.
Or you can name it establishment.
craig939393257650dI see why it pisses you off. You pay money for bullshit.
The state of university makes me downright angry.
skylord16550dTrain a basic ML model and add it as a player to the game
Discuss with the prof about how you could benefit the most from the course. Maybe you could skip the lectures and study on your own instead and present the results afterwards. You are more responsible on what you learn than your prof.
junon290150dJust curious, which language?
noemiteoremi050dyou guys get assignments...
the difference between having a good prof. and a bad prof. is literally failing a class...
if you get someone who not only knows their shut, but can also communicate to you *why* they love it and how awesome it is and even show you that they are still excited to learn new things in their field, that's when you really get pushed forward and you'll remember that person for life... it's literally life changing having someone motivated teach you...
on the other hand you get someone who clearly hates their life and job and they are just doing their 8 hour shifts just to get it done over and survive another month and you'll probably end up disinterested in the subject so much, you might literally fail the class because of how disgusted you are studying it even on your own...
School have so much potential to bring up smart and happy people and they are failing so incredibly hard... there's usually 1 good prof. for every 100 employees ... it's sad