Now that spring has come, Aoba expects new hires so she can become mentor along with a new project. However, she is in for a surprise.
Now that spring has come, Aoba worked for Eagle Jump for a year. With that, she hopes that she can see some new hires. I have to admit it’s funny that she is trying to practice what to say when Rin walked to her.
Yes, Rin broke the bad news that there won’t be any new hires. Aoba must be embarrassed when she heard the bad news. The funny thing that Hajime thought that there would be new hires too. I guess she listened in on the Aoba’s practicing.
Aside from that, Aoba saw Kou without any bottom clothing and tolerated it. The funny thing is that she doesn’t tell her to put on pants/skirt on immediately. Have Aoba became desensitized to seeing Kou in her underwear? Maybe. Thankfully, Kou put something on before other employees start coming in.
With that, the girls are not doing much aside from other work. Hazuki eventually asks for suggestions, but not without seeing Hifumi’s smile. It’s obvious that she is loosening up, maybe thanks to Aoba. While she takes Aoba’s suggestion, in a meeting with Rinn and Hazuki, she shares her actual suggestions. On the other hand, Hajime is enthusiastic about her proposal of making a super sentai game. Hazuki eventually turns it down, but appreciates Hajime’s efforts. Despite this, Hajime doesn’t give up and revises her proposal and reveals it at the picnic.
Eventually, Kou asks about doing a cherry blossom viewing tomorrow after finding a petal in Aoba’s hair. This will obviously give a good opportunity for an announcement that will give hints for the new project the girls will work on next.
Aside from that, Umiko meets up with Nene. It’s funny how Nene failed to get undetected by her. Aside from Nene and Umiko tasting each other’s sundae’s, which is an indirect kiss, Nene wants to show her something. Apparently, she became interested in programing, namely game development and created her own game. While showing the gameplay to Umiko, the game crashed.
Given Nene’s experiences, it reminds me of my experiences with programing. Although I started messing around with programming as a child, I eventually created my own programs in BASIC. Around 2010 learned actual programming languages like Objective-C, C# and Java and created programs using them. It seems that Nene went through the trouble of learning the most difficult and worst programing languages ever. Yes, it’s C++, but at least it’s good at a performance standpoint.
Given Nene’s doing trial and error while not knowing how to debug properly, It’s every novice programmer’s mistake. It’s just like creating an infinite for loop or trying to access a variable that is already released from memory. It’s obviously going to crash. However, having too many bugs will not look good for the programmer who wrote it. Thankfully, there are more ways to test code more than ever. At least she has Umiko to help her. Then again, maybe this might push Nene to pursue a career in computer science
At the cherry blossom watching, the girls have a dinner picnic. I like how Kou tricked Aoba eating sushi with wasabi in the middle. Either way, Hazuki announced a character design competition. This will determine who will become the project’s character designer. It’s obvious that Aoba wants to do her best so she can become one like Kou. Will she make it? We’ll find out soon enough.
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