Curriculum Review (April 15, 2003, 0) - Make schedule from syllabus – a rough estimate of what we did last time.
Two spreadsheets – week
labs, homework, projects
Note to self: We really need to keep better notes about teaching. I’ll
have an expected schedule, actual schedule and comments.
planner-appt (October 2, 2007, 1) - Now that I’ve taken a closer look at it, I can see that planner-appt’s
much cooler than the little hacks I’d been using to keep track of my
schedule. I’m still not sure if I need a separate schedule section,
because I’ve gotten used to managing my appointments in my task list.
It’s nice to know that the option
On snarfing Outlook schedule entries (March 10, 2004, 0) - As we now mostly use ~/.diary for our schedule entries, Outlook
schedule import is not PlannerMode‘s problem any more. ;) It would be
kinda nice for RememberMode, though.
Adventures with Ruby (February 4, 2005, 0) - This is my second day of Ruby, a programming language that is rather
popular in Japan. I’m in love. It’s now my second-favorite programming
language. (Emacs Lisp is, of course, the first.)
Yesterday’s script parsed schedule data and checked that monthly cost
and day constraints were observed. Today I wanted to visualize the verified schedule.
At first I tried working
I’ll be teaching this summer! (April 11, 2003, 0) - Marco Changho informs me of my schedule as a new faculty member.
Ok, Sacha. We'll have you aboard in the summer. You will teach CS 21a and the
schedule is as I previously noted in my email Daily 9:00-10:30.
Which means I have to start preparing… fast!