SO, it seems that bitching about Eclipse is all the rage now, so i'm gonna add my two cents to the fire. First of all, i think it has both good and bad, and my opinion may be coloured by me being slow to adjust to drastic changes, so make of that what you will. I've already bitched about this to several of my friends, might as well bitch about it to a few more people. :V
The thing here is that i'm approaching the end of my multimedia designer study, and am interning as a front-end developer at a better company that i could ever have fucking dreamed of, so i'm gonna try being mildly objective about this from a web dev standpoint, and naturally also spew my extremely subjective dumb monkey opinions out as well. SO, LET US GO:
The design looks modern, for sure, and i believe that was among the goals to achieve. If not, what the fuck? But "modern" is an appearance style, not an indicator of whether or not a site actually works. To my great relief, Eclipse does work, BUT! It has flaws.
Yes i'm still alive, just had another rough-ass semester. No panic attacks though, so that's a nice thing. :V
I've thankfully managed to talk to people at campus and secured myself a less stressful final semester, where i am to find an internship. Normally, it'd be 37 hour days for 10 weeks, but due to my circumstances, i've gotten a deal that says 25 hour days for 15 weeks instead, which is much more manageable.
That besides, not much new under the sun. Still have IBS, still have anxiety albeit getting better with it, but at least i'm not depressed, so that's something?? I also feel like i've made good art progress during this year, ev
So i'm alive again. The past couple of months have been immensely stressful, because my easter break was mostly taken up by preparations for a re-exam (called in sick for first try because of panic attacks, failed second try, passed third one), so out of the 10 days i got maybe 2 days of relaxation. Then that was over, and i needed a holiday, but WELP, that was not to be the case, because the holiday was over and next up was exam project, which spanned over a whole month. I got in a really good group, thankfully, and two days ago, two of us passed with flying colours (third one was unfortunately prevented from participating in this exam, so s