Goodbye CT 101

So it’s finally the end of the semester. I swear the longer I’m in college the faster it goes by. I swear it was just yesterday I walked in for the first time for the Spring semester.

This is how I fast it felt going through the semester.

But I shouldn’t drag this on for too much, here’s my site I made independently of CT 101, there isn’t much to see there but I did post some blog posts there! Thankfully I did have stuff to blog about in the first place!

But now it’s time for the Final Class Assessment. So, what did I learn in CT 101? Basically, every time I posted something I learned something new.  I learned how to make gifs, how to add layers to a picture on Photoshop, how to use Photoshop, (or use a free alternative),  how to take panoramic pictures, how to make posters, and vapor wave aesthetic photos. Learning these new skills were fun and honestly did open my mind to just how much stuff I can do in Photoshop or even with just my phone.

I already knew how to install WordPress on a blog or create a domain and stuff like that, but anything more “artsy techy” I had no idea how to do.

But what grade do I feel like I earned? To be completely honest I do feel I deserved an A in this class. I did all the assignments, had my work up and published by the end of the class (barring one or two exceptions), and even did continue to blog on my blog outside of class when something noteworthy happened. I showed up regularly, and even helped class members when they needed help and even asked them for help when I needed (as I was not so arrogant as to believe I can just brute force everything and make it so I can get it work, I’m not Thanos after all).

But hey… if it works…

Anyways, I’m probably not going to maintain this specific site but will open a blog site on my actual page and then move everything there so I don’t have to pay for two domains. I’m a college student after all, not some rich millionaire.

And at the end of the day, that’s all he wrote, and it looks like this is going to be the end of adar’s adventures in CT 101. It was a blast having this class and anyone reading this post in the future, I hope you agree or come to agree.

One thought on “Goodbye CT 101”

  1. Thanks so much man! This is well said, indeed! You learned a ton of new skills and I enjoyed your style of writing and creative output! Have a great summer!

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