Unfortunately this post starts with another rant about the bloody Railway Crossing in Cottingham which today decided to come down right in front of my morning bus to uni for about 6 minutes for a train with approximately 10 people on to go past.
Once I’d finally got to uni my 9:15 lecture was about Professional Conduct as an employee in the Information Technology Sector, most of it is common sense, like have a contract and stick to it and don’t do things which could be considered as illegal misuse of computers.After enduring that for an hour I had two hours to fill with eating in the Student Union and talking to Sean and Rob. Half way through this however the large magnet powered doors all shut, red lights started flashing and the fire alarm came on. This resulted in the entire SU being evacuated — you can see people leaving in the feature picture.
My next lecture was Computer Systems Operating Systems and was all about Memory Management which is a ridiculously complex process by which the OS allocated memory resources to individual processes and then feeds the addresses of the memory locations containing said processes to the processor. There are several methods which we have to learn about.
After that lecture I made my way to Cottingham to write angry letters to Student Finance, buy (extortionately priced) envelope and stamps to send said angry letters and complete some OS homework as well as talk to Jess and eat Dinner.
That pretty much concludes my day
Thanks for Reading,
Tags: Angry Letter, Computer Systems, Cottingham, Fire Alarm, Formal Letter, Hull University, Hull University Union, IT and Professionalism, Jess, Operating Systems, Railway Crossing, Student Finance England
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