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posted by Colleen Shirazi on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 11:38 PM (Pacific)

Poor dilapidated, I haven't reformed and given up, ah, anything much, at this point. Still fawning over the J.Crew new arrivals porn, as much as the next gal (they have some sweet stuff this spring). I suppose things will pick up in a bit...we just opened for Summer 2011, replete with the usual central IT department issues. The next several days are typically, not "hell" exactly? but there are always things which can't be tested in a development environment.

My Student Record Change Form is coming along...I'm doing the most headache-y case now (Switch Secondary Section and/or Lab). You have to account for courses with no or one secondary, multiple secondaries with no labs, multiple secondaries with one lab each, multiple secondaries with multiple labs... There are different approaches to this sort of thing (no two people do it the same way); after a while you already know how you want to solve it, it's just a matter of doing it.


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