On priorities () (January 13, 2003, 0) - Here’s the official word from my mom.
Harvey Chua < firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
You will have plenty of time for a love life later on. For now,
concentrate on your studies. But then, it’s your choice. I can’t be
watching you all the time, so you would have to watch yourself and
decide which or who(m) are your priorities.
Public apology about posting opinion (June 21, 2004, 0) - Oops, sorry. Apparently, my teaching reflections might not be for
public consumption, as they may negatively reflect on my co-faculty. I
am a big fan of my co-faculty and find their work to be really, really
wonderful. No offense was meant. The posts have been deleted.
For the record, I find my co-faculty’s slides to be fantastically
wonderful and I’m
Coding life (October 26, 2004, 0) - I have come to the realization that as much as I love coding, I don’t
think I’d want it to be my regular job. I like teaching. I like being
in a classroom. I like talking to people. I like open source. I like
being able to choose my projects and hack on stuff I want to do.
I love my life (March 12, 2007, 0) - I was about to head out of IBM for the one-and-a-half-hour commute
downtown in order to return my keys to Graduate House before the 3:00
deadline. It turned out that I’m supposed to return my key *tomorrow*,
not today. Isn’t that just perfect? I love the way my life works. Ah,
so *that* was the reason why I felt
Dr. Intal’s talk (June 20, 2003, 0) - 4:30 – 6:00 on Mondays – class-free common time for intellectual
exchanges, which means I get to hang out with people of other
Ground floor cafeteria, faculty lounge.
Off-shore degree programs?