I walk over and hit the heavy bag hanging behind me and it all fades away.
Also apparently he likes taking two words that are kind of related and throwing them out their like
However to answer your question, more boring and pedestrian than frustrating.
A computer engineer, a chemical engineer, and mechanical engineer are driving in a car in the middle of the Mojave Desert in 110 degree heat.
The car engine starts making a noise, sputters, and stops, and the car drifts to the side of the road, completely dead.
The mechanical engineer shakes his head and says "****! Did you hear that? I knew we should have replaced the timing belt before this trip. We are FUCKED!!"
The chemical engineer taps the mechanical engineer on the shoulder and with a disapproving look, says "Na dude....I told you that last gas station was shady, I'll bet the gas was too low octane and was full of water. We're doomed".
The computer engineer looks at the other two and smirks confidently. He gets out of the car and back in again, and turns the key, and the engine cranks to life!
"Works every time".
If your taking the classes in hopes of landing some sweat IT job you are far more delusional than I have given you credit for.
Lets be perfectly clear if your not willing to sit down and read the wiki article on RAID, nor are you proficient at using http://support.microsoft.com/search/; google; http://www.cnet.com/; http://www.tomshardware.com/; http://www.wolframalpha.com/ or any other resource commonly used.
Knowledge about computer has and will always be largely passed via the various communities out their. I learned a lot of what I know on Bulletin Boards and reading white papers. For the most part its not something passed in the class room.
**** if I could get up early enough in the morning I would seriously think about taking one of them Sanitation engineer jobs. Good pay, good benefits, and none of your neighbors/friends/family ever ask for your help fixing their computers.
I don't believe getting this degree will give me much more than some basic knowledge. I want the hands on training. They have one of those deals where you can work for them while you go to school.
Wabbit gave me some good leads also.