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  • Hey Sarah! Thanks for all the kind words! You don't know how much they mean to me! Yes learning is a journey, not a destination. I often remind myself that if there is no pain, there will be no gain. I've sent a request to connect on Linkedin along your way! I hope to stay in touch with like-minded people like you! Good luck with the rest of your Masters journey at Athabasca!

    Liliana Tang December 9, 2018 - 9:10am

  • Hey Liliana! Great to meet you, and I'm sure we'll see each other again! I too, work a full-time job, and I do part-time website development and online conference registration in addition to my government job. During this course, at the end of October, I left my old job, started a new job, moved across the country and had a conference to do :D  It was awful and I'm sure my course work suffered. When I moved to my new place, in the Arctic, I couldn't even get internet hooked up at my house until the ice road was in, so I missed a lot of time.

    I know how you feel! We do it because we love it, I guess. Learning will never end, and I love Athabasca, and the freedom it gives.

    Sarah Camsell December 9, 2018 - 1:50am

  • I feel your pain on how busy you ave been! Between work, my kids activities and trying to balance the remainder of this course with the other course that I am doing (which includes an exam this week) it's been a little overwhelming. But we are finally in the home stretch!

    Shallen Dam December 3, 2018 - 6:05pm

  • Hi Shallen, 

    Thanks for your reply. It is always a great feeling to hear that I could help sombody one way or another. Yes, I was very surprised too as I have been using SQL as main programming lanaguages for all data mining prospects at work, but it's time for me to learn something new. R has challenged me much so far! I will take Data Mining class in Winmter 2019 too, so see you again soon :)

    Liliana Tang November 29, 2018 - 12:23pm