We are a week away from summer break and all I could think about is how fast it has been – two terms, 10 months of lectures, group work, writing papers, group work (oh did I say that already) and procrastination. I can’t believe it, first year of Health Informatics is almost done!
So, as usual it is time for me to take stock of what I have done and learned. Since everybody’s doing a list I thought I’d do one too. Here it is, random things I learned, remembered, regretted and loved doing during the year that was, all of which I am thankful for.
- eHealth and the essence of user requirements
- Paper prototyping
- How to draw a UML Diagram
- How to make my computer say “Hello World” in Java
- How to litter my papers with obscure references after writing them
- More patience
- How to lose patience
- Cross-country skiing
- Cook eggs
- Bake brownies
- Missing classes at Kista because I was being forgetful and disorganized
- Riding Bus No. 3
- Finding new friends
- Saying goodbye to a lot of people
- Fika every day, all day
- Data mining
I stop at 17 for now and come back to this again next week when the summer break starts becoming real.