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Marilyn de Queiroz
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It seems that some people have not been getting my emails. I'm all caught up (to May 8th anyway) so if you have an assignment pending from more than 3 days ago, let me know.


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John Hembree
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I've been getting them just fine.
Marilyn de Queiroz
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All caught up.
Barry Gaunt
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*Four* mails received this morning.
I replied to the one with the delivery failure report.
Thanks
-Barry


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Marilyn de Queiroz
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Just to be sure ...

Assignments currently pending (in my queue):
  • Barry Gaunt
  • David Mason
  • Carol Murphy
  • John Hembree
  • Richard Hawkes
  • Donald Cossitt

  • As far as I know, Jason and Pauline are caught up, so if you have submitted an assignment recently (but more than a day ago) and you're not on this list, let me know.
    John Hembree
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    I guess this is as good a place as any to ask, so here goes...
    Do each of the nitpickers have responsiblity for particular areas in the drive. Such as, I'm assuming since Jason and Pauline are on the inactive list for JDBC, they can't nitpick those assignments without having waived their opportunity to complete them on their own since they would have access to the instructor's solutions, or can you nitpick up to your current level of cattle drive completion?
    just curious... :roll:
    Chris Leeworthy
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    Joined: Apr 28, 2003
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    Marilyn,
    I submitted Java 1b on May 11th.
    If you don't have it let me know and I'll resend it.
    P.S.
    How on earth do you manage to keep up with all this and work and grandchildren???
    jason adam
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    Joined: May 08, 2001
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    Originally posted by John Hembree:
    I guess this is as good a place as any to ask, so here goes...
    Do each of the nitpickers have responsiblity for particular areas in the drive.

    Yup, I do the first set of assignments, so does Pauline, and she might even do some OOP. Getting the nack of nitpicking itself takes a bit, and considering some of the permutations of the basic Java assignments we've seen, I don't think I'd want to wade through some of the servlets and JDBC attempts. I can remember my first few submissions, scary scary code
    since Jason and Pauline are on the inactive list for JDBC

    Ok already!!! We get the hint!
    Pauline McNamara
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    Yup, I do the first set of assignments, so does Pauline, and she might even do some OOP.
    Oh no no no no no, jes moseying along with dem basic java dogies, yep, right comfy thar.
    Ok already!!! We get the hint!
    Good thing John is outta the basics already, I mean *really*
    Getting the nack of nitpicking itself takes a bit
    You said it pardner, I've been learning a *lot* while learning to pick nits, mostly not about java.
    John Hembree
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    since Jason and Pauline are on the inactive list for JDBC
    Nothing personal meant by it, it's just that I enjoy the challenge of completing the assignments. I started a new project this week and therefore have not been able to particpate here at the ranch as much and going thru some real withdrawal pains. I can't imagine doing what you all do between working, playing & nitpicking too, and then to try to squeeze in a submission of your own. That'd be next to impossible.
    juliane gross
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    Joined: May 30, 2002
    Posts: 161
    Originally posted by Chris Leeworthy:
    P.S.
    How on earth do you manage to keep up with all this and work and grandchildren???

    ..and not to forget her music activities!
    Marilyn de Queiroz
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    Originally posted by Chris Leeworthy:
    Marilyn,

    I submitted Java 1b on May 11th.

    If you don't have it let me know and I'll resend it.

    P.S.
    How on earth do you manage to keep up with all this and work and grandchildren???


    Ahhh. Found it.

    Sometimes it can be tricky keeping up with my commitments and still having time for family.
    Marilyn de Queiroz
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    Barry,

    Did you get any of my responses to your test email?
    Barry Gaunt
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    Joined: Aug 03, 2002
    Posts: 7729
    Hi Marilyn, I just got two e-mails for JDBC-2, thanks
    [ May 18, 2003: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
    Barry Gaunt
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    Joined: Aug 03, 2002
    Posts: 7729
    And I got your response to the the test mails.
    Sorry, I have been offline a couple of days.
     
     
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