Well, having spent much of the evening reading and working on TMA2, I've now hit that period of the night where the 'what nexts' are coming out again.
Having recently spoken to my tutor (who is of French origin) and mentioned that I was considering the beginners French course next, (to be met by a sharp intake of breath and that even she didn't like the look of some of the questions when her hubby took the course), I have been wondering again about the choices for the 'mandatory' course.
And this time I spotted a potential....TM129 - Technologies in practice. Dealing with 3 diverse bits, Linux, Networking and Robotics, it sounds interesting and practical and...well...maybe easier than Beginner's French in a twisted fashion that possibly only a fellow programmer might understand.
So I dunno...again!! I know there's plenty of time before I have to make a decision, and the course has both an Oct 2014 or Feb 2015 start option.
Why do this to myself so far in advance you may well ask? Well the answer is something akin to positive thinking, if I make decisions now which assume that I have passed the course I am currently working on, then my brain is fooled into believing that I can pass the course and doesn't hit quite such a state of panic and what-if type behaviour. And the goalposts look that much closer!! !!Dunno how much truth is actually in that but hey it seems to have worked so far.
I'm in the process of wresting back some level of control on the washing basket...of course....TMA procrastination!!