Well, my job search is over. As of today, I've accepted an
offer from Google for a summer internship. I'll be in New York City
from June 1st through August 21th, working at
Google's 9th Avenue office. I'm not sure where exactly I'll be living (I'm looking to
apartments, student housing, etc., but haven't settled on anything yet),
but I'll try to keep you, my loyal readers, up to date.
It was a hard decision (I had a few offers, including DreamHost and
DirecTV, plus more interviewers interested), but, I mean, it's sort
of hard to say …
I just had a fun day. For some value of fun, at least. I spent most of
the day fighting with CMSs for the Narrows Center for the Arts,
which is considering moving away from their antiquated website that some
guy hacked together for them. I mean, not that tables-based layouts
aren't still cool and all. Oh wait, they're not. So I was playing with
Joomla and Drupal to see if I could cobble together something
slightly less ugly. I ended up spending most of the day withing with
Drupal, the Drupal Content Construction Kit, and Contemplate.
Joomla's admin …
In Claremont, Again: Musings
Today marks my first week back in sunny California. Actually, scratch
the "sunny" part – it's rained here almost every day since I arrived.
It's still nice to be somewhere where the average daily temperature has
more than one digit, though.
Class is exactly as I remembered it. Hours drag by, but days seem to end
almost without beginning in the first place. I'm staying on top of my
homework, which is a good thing. We'll see how well I can keep that up,
particularly when biology and STEMS (signals and systems engineering)
start to load it on.
I've also started …