It's been pretty busy the past few days. In the evenings after work I spent a large amount of time uploading backlogged photos to Flickr. I've gotten pretty far into my backlog, and I've almost got caught up to the point where I can start to post new photos again (and I've got a few to upload already). I've been forced to change my focus though. Diane and I are headed to Ireland next week so I can meet some people at Full Tilt and hopefully get myself a job. I've been thinking for awhile what I could do for a demo if such a thing were called for. I was fast running out of time to make something brand new since that would take a lot of effot over a very short time period. Plus I didn't really have any good ideas for stuff to do.
I remembered though that I had my lose-checkers program from my search course a couple years ago. So I've resurrected that, and my little demo program is one that utilizes sockets to play one program against another. It's not all that flashy, but it was a really good review of socket programming for me. I've got the basic code working and will be testing it and adding a few features over the next couple days before we leave on tuesday night for Ireland.
I'm getting pretty excited about the trip. I don't know what to expect, but it should be cool to see Dublin and meet some people working in a field that I'd like to be a part of.
Wish me luck!