Of course, if anybody is willing to help a retard like me with some basic Java and SQL assignments, I’ll be able to translate that much earlier. Oh, also if for some reason you’ve been following the technology and development of the Australian NBN, that would help too.

Of course, if anybody is willing to help a retard like me with some basic Java and SQL assignments, I’ll be able to translate that much earlier.

Oh, also if for some reason you’ve been following the technology and development of the Australian NBN, that would help too.

Not going on a holiday, or anything.

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    1. Post your questions? Help as help can. MySQL and JAVA ain’t that bad. C is though, and Bash is a bitch you can’t leave. PHP is a std.

      And what about the Australian NBN? I think its a great concept but they’re severely underestimating the challenge and cost of the project, imo. Most of the Australian urban population is based on the coast, but the thing is, it’s not dense. So you have a project relying on FIXED wireless hotspots and FTTP serving off a coaxial cable ( think your TV wires )…right. This is completely ignoring the infrastructure problems in the interior, cause (1) it’s a desert, (2) few people live there, and (3) Google has been experimenting with Balloon tech for distributing wireless (see http://www.google.com/loon/ ). So yeah, great concept but if they want a shot in hell of success, they probably want to do a pilot project first. How about Canberra?

      PS Also found out that I don’t know how to post this crap properly. This is like my third attempt. T_T

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      1. I am using NBN now at home (Sydney) but a lot of areas here are still not covered. I can’t see how they will be able to cover every home cost effectively like this.

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  1. Some fun points on the NBN:
    the reason the fibre to node is doing so badly (running late, costing more than Labor’s original plan) is because the node technology is outdated, and designed, built, and imported from America, leading to costs in shipping and defunct parts. From what I remember, the plan was based on a working model in an american city, but was never meant for such a large upscale.

    Recent leaks show the company in charge of building the network has a complete plan to switch over to Labor’s (cheaper and faster) version as soon as they got back into power. On a side note, some of these leaks came from documents only the prime ministers (Abbott and Turnbull) should have had access to, meaning Abbott might be stirring things up.

    Those are the recent fun bits.

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  2. NBN has certain areas with fiber cable coverage(like sydney, where Australia is connected to the rest of the world by submarine cables!), and areas for wireless NBN, which requires a satellite dish, but one that works for phone towers. NBN’s speed was supposed to get up to 40 megabits per second, but that was the estimate a few years ago when it was just being announced on the news(I don’t watch the news anymore), and by now the political party has changed to the one who likes to increase taxes and spend less money. On wireless NBN I got about 1.6 megabytes per second(to convert to megabits multiply by 8), but that was in a rural area about 800km from Sydney. NBN was supposed to be a big thing that makes Australia’s infrastructure better and internet faster and more reliable, and now it just looks like a fragmented mess on the NBN rollout maps. Apparently it is going to be done by 2018, but I know a lot of things that are supposed to be done by a certain time, and you haven’t seen any hoverboards around, have you?

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  3. Post your questions? Help as help can.

    Australian NBN?
    Severely underestimating the cost and challenge of their project cause Australia’s main population centers is on the hilly coast, and their premise is coaxial pedestals ( this TV cables ) to the neighborhoods with FTTP connecting to the home, and digging that, even with micro-trenching is … a lot of digging.

    The interior of Australia is (1) a desert, (2) not a lot of people live there, (3) if the NBN tries to provide wireless via satellite, they’ll run up against Project Loon from Google.

    So snap judgment on the NBN? Great concept, but underestimating the cost of their project. Also where is their funding coming from? The government? So Taxes? … Also you know if they’re getting their funding from the govt that its going to be over time and over budget.

    PS If you see a post from me more than once. Sorry. Adblock is totally blocking me from posting properly.

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    1. Of course, so long as help != do coursework, I can help. I’ve tutored in this assuming we’re talking basic java coursework and writing of SQL statements.

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      1. And if only, lol. The thing is, I sort of want to learn, but at the same time I’m pressed by other time-consuming, dumber courses, that I haven’t mentioned in this post, so I’m hoping for someone to help me get the whole ‘design a program that does x’ out of the way, because I only began any sort of programming a few weeks ago and haven’t quite acclimated to the type of thinking that my friend claims I need yet.

        That is, less the syntax and coding stuff, but more like giving examples of how you can use basic Java functions to create a program that does X.

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  4. I did some Java as part of my course, but I don’t remember much.
    I work mostly in C# and MS SQL so I can possibly provide some assistance.

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  5. Heya, Este. I’ll help you if I can on the SQL/database end. Not much of a developer unless you count some markup languages. I’m on vacation (guess it would be holiday for you ;) ) with the waifu so I’ll be back online Monday. That is, of course if you can hold out till then. Message me on Skype and I’ll check here and there when I have the chance.

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  6. Why, I happen to be an expert in all of those fields…yeah, I lie. But I’ve learned a lot about the NBN by reading the comments on your post. ;)

    So yeah, you should post your questions. Because it looks like a lot of people would have fun answering them. :D

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  7. yo,
    I’m quite experienced in Java and SQL (helping with databases as assistent at my university). So if I can help you in anyway, I would be honoured. I don’t know what the australian nbn is though.

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    1. Mn, I’ll be doing it over a month, so I’ll probably post stuff in stages.

      If I can get you guys to help me come up with the framework, as well as help me understand the mechanics behind it, once the semester finishes, as long as I don’t have a job interview or something, I’ll translate 2 Fii chapters and 2 chapters of something else each day.

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  8. too bad… i have bachelor degree in IT engineering but i have forgotten 97.8523% (a.k.a everything) i learned in college
    now i’m just a drafter with CAD and sketchup skill, lel

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  9. I have experience in Java, and I have experience in SQL but, ironically, I haven’t tried getting both to work together yet. Debugging is my specialty though, call on me if your code isn’t working right at all.

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  10. Sorry but I can’t code even to save my life ;o) !

    At least you can put your arms up in the air to make a genkidama from the positive energy sent by your non-coding readers xoD .

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