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First World Problems

I’m looking at the future of the WalnutNHS website and things have changed a bit. I’m supposed to choose a sophomore (not a freshman) who’ll take over the website after I graduate, and I just can’t make any sense of the situation right now. Let me explain: When I look at 2012, there are several people who definitely have the experience and know-how to work WalnutNHS. Of course, I can’t choose any of them because they’re graduating along with me. I need somebody who can inherit the website for future classes. Logically speaking, there must be about the same number of capable people in 2013, and in 2014 as well. But I’m very shaky on this point. I don’t know if I’m underestimating or overestimating the capabilities of 2013. Okay, that statement is wrong for 2 reasons: First, programming experience doesn’t translate to capability. Second, I’m not getting from the entire class. I’ve got a list of 82 club members in front of me. It just seems so unlikely that a genius is hiding within these names, but logic tells me otherwise. Well, I’m sending out the information soon. Maybe tomorrow. I’ve got to sleep on this.

What a first world problem: I’ve got to choose a mentee, but logic is conflicting with emotion!

I want to print one of these out.

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Ankur
Thu, 26 May 2016 04:22:50 GMT

Hey Roger!
You probably have absolutely no clue who I am, and to be frank, I only know you because of your picture in Frau Rovell's room and your final grade calculator - which I have been an avid fan of these past 3 years.
I am going to be serving as the NHS Co-Pres for the next year, and I am actually planning on making either a ruby-based or python-based application for the upcoming school year.
If you are still curious, Walnut hasn't changed much in regards to the lack of programming experience. I'm not sure who I could potentially hand this down to after my time ends at WHS. They are going to be implementing APCS, so hopefully more people will be capable of this.
Hope you are having a great time at Berkeley.

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