You have done no work on a final year project then come to us with four weeks left? That would barely give you debugging time.
Frankly if you take that attitude to your work then you deserve to fail. Working as an engineer requires commitment which you have not displayed.
On the positive side, at least he managed to choose a project
Indeed. When I started my final year at university I already knew what I wanted to do for my final year project. It was described as ambitious. But more impressive that the guy that just wanted to spend a year writing an essay on "Ubiquitous computing". The project I was doing was practical, it had outcomes, big ones, and was actually useful. In fact it was so useful we sold it! And 14 years later my code is still in use. (Now, that's a little scary)
No worries, I'll hire you just because you're one of the VERY few to at least choose a project (maybe you got someone here to "doubt" it for you, but hey).
Anyway, our Assistant Facility Manager quit today. I need someone to empty my trash every night, and I guess he didn't like getting his hands messy since I dump my coffee, leftover lunch and mouthwash (rense 3 times daily) into that bucket, which I call my "Junk Data Store"...
You'll have to take some tests first to make sure you're qualified though.
Delegates can only have one subscriber, but events can have multiple subscribers.
"Why don't you tie a kerosene-soaked rag around your ankles so the ants won't climb up and eat your candy ass..." - Dale Earnhardt, 1997 ----- "...the staggering layers of obscenity in your statement make it a work of art on so many levels." - Jason Jystad, 10/26/2001
I'm learning C# at the moment, as I build a new product. I'm in the process of defining the interfaces between parts of the application, and I didn't know you could include events inside an interface declaration. Cool!
i am selected a project entitled" SMTP mail server".i want to know about opinion that it is enough for 6 months?and i am concentrated to do for authentication,creating , deleting and posting the mail and security .if i want to do more what can i do further?
Given the fact there are 7 modules in an SMTP mail server, each probably taking 3 weeks, and you requiring at least 23 days for integration and debugging and another 8 for documentation, it can be done only just, provided you start today and never ever skip a day working at it. There won't be time to attend any classes though.
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