The last studying day in this semester is behind me.
2 weeks ago I have been for a studying day for programming in Hagen.
That was a revision by our professor with his assistents.
We have been 100 students. 40% have been women. Provenances are France,
Rostock, Hamburg, Hannover, Berlin, Cologne, Neuss, Bochum, Stuttgart,
Karlsruhe, Munich, Nuremberg and everywhere else.
All are working in different jobs and are very motivated. I was
surprised about a project manager. She is working full-time and is
learning for 2 different areas of study between the job. She is very
overwrought and thinks about which test to write.
Others are working as a systemadministrator, software developer,
editorial journalist, teacher, office management assistent, biological
technical assistent, ... We all are studying computer science (Bachelor
Our courses are coming to the end at the studying center in Stuttgart,
too. We are 20 students and 1 tutor there. Our tutor has got the Diplom
of the FernUniversität in Hagen and is working as a software developer
Students are coming from everywhere in Baden-Württemberg (Karlsruhe,
Stuttgart, Villingen-Schwenningen, Freiburg, ...).
50% are women in our course. Many of them are real talents in computer
science. You can have fun with them.
Most of the students are very interested for Linux and new technology,
too. I told them about openSUSE.
Some of them are thinking about coming to the conference.
The teacher isn' t happy, because our school holidays in
Baden-Württemberg are in the week before the conference. A
systemadministrator, who lives in Bochum, wants to come. Another one
from Villingen-Schwenningen is interested for that, too.
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