Sally found this amazing (and affordable) online degree program at WGU and it seems to be a perfect fit. I can learn at my own pace on my own time (in the outfit of my choosing) and credits from my alma mater can be applied toward this degree. I KNEW that PR degree wasn't a waste and that there was reason I toiled through the trenches of J102 and J104!
|Johnny 5 craves datas.|
True, I know my way around the interwebs, but I want my knowledge base to extend beyond Google and memes; I want to learn everything there is to know about data processing, too. I want to be a Database Diva, a Code Warrior, a Programming Princess.
LOL cats and animated gifs are great, but I want to take it a step further: I want to invest in myself and guarantee job security. Anyone who graduated into the current job market understands how critical marketability is and the uphill battle you face without it.
Frankly, I'm too old for that shit. While love is a battlefield, I'd prefer my career path be a scenic drive with great tunes and no commercials.
I have finally found the career I've been searching for (five years later than expected) and it's full speed ahead. I've transformed into the robot from Short Circuit yelling "More datas! More datas! Need more datas!" I'm picking up what you're putting down Johnny 5 -- I crave datas, too.
|No, it isn't. Sorry.|
Although I'm so scared of getting older (I'm only good at being young), excitement overcomes me as I take the next step of my journey. The boyfriend always jokes about it being about the journey not the destination (to my shegrin remaining comfortable in my skin and challenging myself to be my best.
Part of being an adult is loving yourself for everything you are (and aren't) so in the spirit of credit scores, I am going to admit something to you which may or may not come as a total shock. ... I am a total geek.
My suspicions of this (rad) fact were confirmed last month when I was teased about the light reading I brought on vacation: Imagining the Tenth Dimension by Rob Bryanton. Until that point it never occurred to me that most people wouldn't read a book about String Theory because it interested them, let alone consider it light reading.