[Tutor] Nifty

Jacob S. keridee at jayco.net
Sun Dec 19 03:06:09 CET 2004

I probably wouldn't be any help on projects, but I would probably learn
stuff from it.
I'm okay with it.
Jacob Schmidt

> >> I just got in contact with Nick Parlante of the Nifty
> >> Assignments project; he's been collecting material on fun
> >> projects:
> >>
> >> http://nifty.stanford.edu/
> > What do others think?
> Private channel or not, I'm in. (at least until classes spike up again in
> early February) Sounds like a good way to burn through a winter.
> Heck I don't even know if I CAN convert C++ to Python but I've never let a
> problem like language stop me from playing Chinese chess on boats in china
> ... So even if I lack the ability, I'm for the idea of having running
> 'projects' for the tutor list to do. That way it's driven a bit less by
> homework problems.
> --
> Programmer's mantra; Observe, Brainstorm, Prototype, Repeat
> David Broadwell
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