The University I’m at provides our timetable as an excel document. It’s basically a database dump of all the lessons in the department. Sorting though it is annoying if your not using a version of office with filtering. Even with filtering I don’t find the output very appealing. Not being one to miss the opportunity to write a bit of code to do what I’m too lazy to do myself, pyTimetable was born.
I’ve completed my first term at university and am set to begin my second next week. This post is a roundup of some of the stuff which I’ve done this term. I know this is a little late, considering when I go back, but I’ve been busy with other stuff (sort of university related).