Goodbye!

Hello everybody!

The semester’s come to an end and I’m making my final blog post for this class. It’s been a fantastic experience and I wanted to extend a sincere thanks to Professor Darren Maczka for making this class a great learning environment and a lot of fun.

Having completed this class, I can say with assurance that I’m much more comfortable with UNIX/LINUX based operating systems than I’ve ever been before. I have a better understanding of the basic design principles and their applications. In addition, I also think I’m better prepared for a sofware-based job/internship position having gained some experience with Python. Most importantly though, I feel a lot more confident going into what is arguably the most challenging software class of my undergraduate career – Applied Software Engineering. A huge thank you to everyone who has been a part of this journey of learning, I truly feel more confident coming out of this class.

It’s been real. Goodbye and I’m grateful to everyone who took out time to read through these posts. It truly has been a pleasure.

Good luck!

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