Hmm... That last post from Uyen sounds very much made up to me...

But I agree with Intransition. Well said :)

I've only been on this list for a few weeks and already I'm feeling as
if I'll be frequenting for a long time.

On 9 November 2011 12:50, Intransition <transfire / gmail.com> wrote:
> Come on. Let's not be so harsh. If truth is being told, then this girl has
> now dropped a class over it. And what good does that serve? Now she won't be
> learning any Ruby, Programming, or (IMHO) how to truly "Think". Shaming her
> or her friend isn't going to make the world a better place. Encouraging her
> to earnestly try, on her own, regardless of the outcome or the grade she
> might receive is more noble. As long as she learns, even just a small
> portion of what her classmates manage, then at least it is something
> positive. And relative growth is far more important than absolutes. For what
> might seem small to you and me can in fact be quite huge to a newbie.
>