Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Like CS 110

We still don't have GFAnet ready to go for testing this week. Please continue to pray for us.

Something about this GFAnet project is reminding me of the many computer science classes I took with Cristi Gale. Let's say, hypoetically, that I have a group programming project. We're working together to design a gas station kiosk. Prof. Gale has told us that the completed programming part of the project is due on Wednesday. However, we don't have to present the project to the class/prof for evaluation until the next Monday at 10:50am. What day and what time will the programming project be completed?


Rachel said...

I will pray for y'all. I know how it is to be in the middle of a project. :o)

J said...

Try running the flux capacitor through the redux generator. It could be that the palladium substrate matrix is in partial phase shift and needs to be brought back into alignment with the photonic energy switch. The other possibility is that the Heisenberg compensator is allowing too much uncertainty. After all, the ramistat kiloquad capacity is a function of the square root of the intermix ratio times the sum of the plasma injector quotient, so the nanoprocessor units should be arranged into twenty-five bilateral kelilactirals with twenty of those units being slaved to the central heisenfram terminal.

Let me know if that works.

D said...

Good guess, but while the website is located on the palladium server, GFAnet is hosted on the nwmgr server. I'm guessing we would need to adjust your solution so that it would be the nwmgr substrate matrix that would be brought back into alignment. We'll give that a try.

ginabnina said...

About what j that English?