ACM results! YAAAAY!! (November 14, 2004, 0) -
Miguel Arguelles, Mark Punzalan, Allan Espinosa
Mike Gonzalez, Jino Noel, Topher Rigor
Cliff Lim, Reinabelle Reyes, Charles Yeung
Eric Uy, Josh Agarrado, Russell Santos
Michael Tan, Kendrick Saavedra, Akie Mejia
Most of them were my students! I’m so proud of everyone. <grin>
I think Great Things are possible.
More news from Mike Gonzalez:
Miguel’s team was only slightly
Okay, ACM event covered (November 16, 2004, 0) - Ateneo ranks 2nd in programming tilt
Now that someone’s written the objective report, I can talk a little
bit about the people behind the names… =)
Carlos-Miguel D. Arguelles
Driven to succeed, and with the skills to back up his ambitions. I had so much fun watching the friendly competition between Miguel Arguelles and Jino Noel in class.
On programming fundamentals (March 1, 2004, 0) - Jino Noel wrote:
Everytime a programming exercise or project comes up I hear a lot of
my classmates crying out in horror or dismay. I hear them complain
about how hard is or even that it’s impossible to create. And yet I
see a few of us who don’t care how
In-jokes and shared experiences (August 5, 2009, 0) - W- helped me put together some wire shelves for plants. One of the rods was deformed, so he brought out a mallet and started reshaping it. While he pounded away, he hummed something familiar, and I joined in.
“Isn’t that the Anvil Chorus?” I asked.
It’s great to be able to make little jokes like that,
Kanji reflection (November 30, 2004, 0) -
Kanji 28: Copy compounds onto paper
Kanji 28: Practice writing, first pass …
Kanji 28: Practice writing, second pass …
Kanji 29: Combined pass
Kanji 26, 27: Review
Considering that it takes only 9 minutes to copy things down on paper,
I think I’ll continue using the wordcards. They’re handy for
reviewing, too. That means I need to go to Jusco and