Exams are Knocking at the Door!

It seems like yesterday I registered for all the classes for my Spring semester. Officially today is the last day of our classes at the school. All I got to do now is to take the final exams which is going to start from next week.

Interestingly, for one of my class “Social Media Technologies in Organizations” (CIS-3750), I didn’t had any final exam. However, we had two project and one mid term exam. Prof. Karl Lang was simply amazing throughout the semester. May be that is just one reason why I never missed his class. One of the most Interesting yet very important thing that I liked about his teaching method was not only to focus on textbook materials rather he would find all the important articles from various sources. We always had very constructive discussion on issues like Big data, Social media, Privacy, Ethics etc. I enjoyed his class, every single bit of it.

Preparing for ExamsPreparing for Exams.

Another class was “Object-Oriented Programming I” (CIS-3100). Learned quite a lot from this class but I think it was kind of overwhelming for all of us. I mean seriously, learning C++ within couple of months is not a joke. I am pretty sure most of the programmers out there would agree with me. However, I think Prof. Lisa Rudnitsky was very helpful and she was always there to answer our questions. I emailed her back and forth with bunch of questions and she always got back to me with helpful insights. She gave us quite a few assignments along with few extra credit options which I think was great as it often challenged us to think out side of the box. On a personal note, I just wanted to say “Thank you Professor for all of your efforts”.

Now, wish me luck.

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