I used to study at City College of San Francisco. When I was in College, computers weren't that popular ( yet before the tech boom ) and studied Electrical Engineering. Then while transfering to 4 year University, I got lost in the job boom, quit the Uni and go to work. Now with the downturn in the tech sector, I'm studying (again) at De Anza College for Network Administration. Since Technology is my favorite thing, I like all of my classes. I studied LAN, WAN, Programming in C (Intro), Unix, TCP/IP, Data Communication, Disk drives management. This coming quarter, I will be taking C programming ( Intermediate ), Perl, Operating systems concepts and design and Windows 2000 technical support.
Schools are good ( that's if you have time and money to go to ). I never bore learning anything new. They all are interesting in their own ways and always challenge my knowledge.