uspol, my experience
So I moved to NJ in 2015. A year or so ago, I still felt very "unsettled" and we seriously thought about moving back to Kansas. And I only recently realized... Trump has dominated most of my years here. Dinner conversation is almost always politics, unrest, and what will they do next? I've had trouble feeling settled-in because Trump in power is unsettling! I can only hope this will mark the end of that.
If you are a #sysadmin, or have worked in computers at *all*:
This is the funniest thing I've read in weeks, and it has nothing to do with any sort of politics.
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About Stackoverflow, not uspol
I love getting packages. I got my “No love, no tacos” shirt from La Carreta in Marshalltown, Iowa. I also got my Cthulhu valet and mini dragon from @gamehawk
Well, it has a lab tool, but the instructor is rushing through the material and not giving us much time to work the exercises. He gives us two minutes to work a problem and it takes me most of that two minutes to understand the problem. :sigh:
Here's how I think most live-instructor teaching should work:
You get some written or recorded material, a lab environment if necessary, ahead of time.
You work through this material on your own, at your own pace.
When you come to the class, it's all interactive... asking the expert questions about the material, with lab environment demonstrations as appropriate.
I think this applies to almost anything, not just tech. Why pay a guy to read you the book live?
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