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02 February 2006 @ 09:29 pm
Classes that I need that are scheduled for Spring 2006  

CSE 410 MWF 930-1020
Math 409 MWF 1130-1220
Math 381 MWF 230-320
Math 390 MWThF 230-320 + QZ T 830-920,930-1020,130-220, 230-320

Damn, Math 390 doesn't fit the normal MWF pattern. I'd still like to do one CS and one Math class in the quarter, so it looks like my ideal plan is:
CSE 410 "Computer Systems" AKA the Dubious Joy of Assembly Programming.
Math 409 "Discrete Optimization" AKA Problems slightly easier than The Travelling Salesman, and the algorithms to solve them.

The Math class might be the easier of these two for me. Still, class until 1220 means some interesting work schedules to approximate a 40-hour week without impacting the weekend:
M 100-600 (5 hours)
T 745-715 (11 hours + "lunch")
W 100-730 (6.5 hours)
Th 745-715 (11 hours + "lunch")
F 100-730 (6.5 hours)

Without planning around Monday Game:
M 100-700 (6 hours)
T 745-700 (10.75 hours + "lunch")
W 100-715 (6.25 hours)
Th 745-700 (10.75 hours + "lunch")
F 100-715 (6.25 hours)

If I get up about 6, and telecommute 7-9 MWF, the long days of office time become much more manageable:
M 100-540 (4:40)
T 715-545 (10 + "lunch")
W 100-0540 (4:40)
Th 715-545 (10 + "lunch")
F 100-540 (4:40)

I don't think telecommuting less than 2 hours at a time would be meaningful, but I am going to need some "morning time", especially with the number of coworkers I have on Central Time.

Of course, for me "40 hours" has always been theoretical, when the reality varies between 30 and 60.