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Anime Stats
Days: 142.4
Mean Score: 7.54
  • Total Entries1,436
  • Rewatched37
  • Episodes8,537
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Mononoke
Mononoke
Sep 17, 7:52 PM
Watching 1/12 · Scored 8
The Third: Aoi Hitomi no Shoujo
The Third: Aoi Hitomi no Shoujo
Sep 16, 8:36 PM
Completed 24/24 · Scored 9
Vinland Saga
Vinland Saga
Sep 6, 8:27 PM
Completed 24/24 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 10.8
Mean Score: 7.45
  • Total Entries102
  • Reread36
  • Chapters767
  • Volumes72
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
Apr 14, 2018 1:07 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Shuumatsu no Maris Stella
Shuumatsu no Maris Stella
Mar 27, 2018 8:32 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Koukaku Kidoutai: Arise - Sleepless Eye
Koukaku Kidoutai: Arise - Sleepless Eye
Nov 20, 2017 5:34 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -

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Cneq Mar 16, 2:44 AM
I still haven't really decided the exact career path I was going for since I wanted to sample some of the courses in my first semester and see what they're teaching. In the one month that I've been studying I haven't really found any of the languages that difficult at all [I've been using C++, Java, JS but python seems to be my favorite so far], of course it's just the very basics from videos like freecodecamp but when you consider my degree will probably take 3 years and in that amount of time I'll still be learning on my own I should have at least enough experience for a junior dev job somewhere.

Either that or I was going to get into the more networking side of things or maybe work with databases. Still not too sure but my goal right now is to just get as much core experience in as many areas as I can and when I find an area that's both sustainable and doable for me then I'll get into the more advanced stuff. Here in Australia it seems portfolios are everything and if you make a bunch of projects in your own time or contribute a lot and can show your skill then you should be good regardless of degree. The degree for me will just be something that'll show employers I have a formal education in the field but that'll be propped up by a good portfolio.

That's good to hear the US still has opportunities, I'm originally from California and I know the IT industry is always booming over there but I was considering moving to Dallas if I did move back since that's nearest to one of my relatives, not too sure on how many jobs are out there though since Texas still sounds pretty rural to me lol
Oreo_Cheesecake Mar 15, 11:50 AM
FIRST Robotics
Cneq Mar 14, 10:48 PM
Yeah the degree I was suppose to start is actually a Bachelor of IT but I was going to major in information systems instead of comp science. I wanted to stay away from the more heavy theory based math that's in comp sci and instead learn those areas in my own time. The way I'm looking at it the degree is more of something that I want to get my hands on to get my foot in the door but the majority of my learning is going to be on my own like I'm doing right now and any stuff in uni will add to that.

Here in Australia from what I've seen there's not a whole lot of competition and most companies are just looking for either a information systems, plain IT or comp sci, any of them work. It seems they're looking for certain languages or systems that you're experienced in above all else. I'm actually a dual citizen of both the US and Australia so I may actually move back and work in the US down the line.
Immahnoob Mar 14, 4:24 PM
Garbage, that's how. I only came back to bring in some valuable dissent, in a place that no longer allows it.
It's unfortunate, but even places like MAL are now ripe with CURRENT POLITICS, from every point of view.
Meh.

I'm not really active though.
Maceration Mar 5, 3:04 PM
a lil bit of everything, but i sold all and only kept a bass, amp, some pedals, drumsticks + drum pad.
nice mix - the one with the gliched .hack infection picture... I really wanna get into electronic music in future, since instruments are so limited by sound and rhythm..
Maceration Mar 1, 7:28 AM
ty i appreciate. altho i haven't updated since ages. I'm gonna start a new sc this year prob. i guess i clicked through reviews n profiles and found yours. i enjoy finding new content through actual profiles sometimes more than the algorithms itself. :)
Blarey Feb 3, 9:44 PM
Nice taste ya got there
hi117 Dec 23, 2019 9:04 PM
Yep, out of school
Blarey Aug 4, 2019 9:29 PM
I know lol, just started reading the visual novel and am reminded again how good the Fate series is.
LampxTenor May 15, 2019 7:02 PM
thank you
Seiya May 1, 2019 6:18 AM
Yeah, I really enjoyed it. It's definitely underrated, because a bunch of iDOLM@STER fans apparently didn't like it, and gave it a bad reputation. Hopefully more people will grow to appreciate it in the future.
Blarey Apr 16, 2019 8:37 PM
Good stuff, I liked it. si_ku's voice is very soothing.

Haven't listened to siinamota in a while, but I revisit some tracks every now and then. My favorite will always be this one:
LampxTenor Mar 8, 2019 4:46 AM
Maybe. If any further adaptation of the progressive series occurs like with ep 2 of the first season which was adapted from an unpublished side story "Aria of a Starless Night" later published into the progressives for the public you can bet no one will be pleased. That side story was around 200 pages long and got shrunk into 20 minutes of airtime.
LampxTenor Mar 7, 2019 6:45 PM
This is a guide to the series in full. As you can see the author had to retcon a lot of content in the first arc and add a lot of side stories after writing the first book in 2001 for a contest in 2002. Some chapters from vol 2 and 8 are chronologically precedent to some from 1.

https://swordartonline.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:TUSF/Light_Novel_Chronology
LampxTenor Mar 7, 2019 4:47 AM
Its just better as a whole. Its widely known in the subreddit that specific arc was the only arc that was well adapted. Even then A1 left out the sisters prayer side story that they should have adapted in order to give Yuuki more screen time. We've never gotten good adaptations of source material as a whole due to the sheer disjointed nature of the chapter organization in the light novels.

And to my knowledge even the alicization arc is poorly adapted with numerous worldbuilding moments being cut out and the fight scenes being underfunded.