!!! FINALLY !!!
Exams are over for now, and it’s two months of summer holiday! No school for two months, should be nice. I wrote my last blog post, about 10 hours before I were to attend my Danish exam. It went quite well. You could say that my Danish exam this year has been componetized. It consists of three separate grades. First of all, you do a writing part, where you writing skills are tested (I did that one in the beginning of May), I received a grade of 9 on that one. What I did three days ago was the “unknown text”, where you draw a number, get a text that you’ve never seen before, then you have one hour to analyze it, and take notes. After the hour has passed, you need to give a summary of the text and talk about it for about 25 mins. In this part I received a grade of 10. Finally, before you attend any sort of Danish exam you are to do a so called “project”, which is to write either a report, a novel or something. I wrote one entitled Moderne Kommunikation, which translates to Modern Communication, which was about Internet related communication technologies such as email, IRC and instant messaging. I am extremely proud of the grade I got on this one, I received a grade of freaking 11!!
I was extremely pleased about that, but on the other hand, I did put a lot of work into it! 😛
Anyway, after completing the exam, I went and had some shish kebab for lunch, which I’m glad that I did, because after an intensive exam you do get hungry. After that I hurried home to prepare for the episode of The Linux Link Tech Show, that I were to do along with a guy from Mexico named Alexandro Colorado. Although I felt like trash through the entire broadcast/recording, because of sleep loss, I thought it went quite well. If you’re interested in listening to this episode, you can find it right here: tllts_197-06-20-07.ogg
Please notice that it’s extremely geeky, we discuss a bunch of news within the landscape of GNU/Linux and free software, good stuff for those who’re interested in that.
For the last two days, I’ve been sleeping a lot, try to regain the hours lost because of the exam and the radio show. Next week I’ll be doing a tutorial/HOWTO on FreeBSD’s jail feature, which is really cool, and I’m writing an article to go along with it, which of course will be available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 license.