[GTER] Proposta de TCC.

Danton Nunes danton.nunes at inexo.com.br
Thu Mar 13 17:13:26 -03 2014

On Thu, 13 Mar 2014, Lucas Willian Bocchi wrote:

> Olha colega.
> A resposta pra tua pergunta é: DEPENDE.
> a) Depende de quanto tempo você deixou pra fazer esse TCC (dependendo
> do assunto em um ano inteiro você não vai dar conta de resolver)
> b) Depende de quanto o teu orientador sabe sobre o assunto que você
> vai pesquisar (se ele não souber nada, não vai poder te ajudar e você
> vai dançar na hora que precisar de ajuda)
> c) Depende do quê você vai fazer com este projeto quando terminar o
> TCC (guardar na gaveta não é uma opção. Se vai fazer um mestrado se
> vai poder dar continuidade no assunto).

uma velha piada "not so off-topic":

 		A Rabbit's Thesis

One sunny day a rabbit came out of her hole in the ground to enjoy the 
fine weather. The day was so nice that she became careless and a fox snuck 
up behind her and caught her.

"I am going to eat you for lunch!", said the fox.

"Wait!", replied the rabbit, "You should at least wait a few days."

"Oh yeah? Why should I wait?"

"Well, I am just finishing my thesis on The Superiority of Rabbits over 
Foxes and Wolves."

"Are you crazy? I should eat you right now! Everybody knows that a fox 
will always win over a rabbit."

"Not really, not according to my research. If you like, you can come into 
my hole and read it for yourself. If you are not convinced, you can go 
ahead and have me for lunch."

"You really are crazy!" But since the fox was curious and had nothing to 
lose, it went with the rabbit. The fox never came out.

A few days later the rabbit was again taking a break from writing and sure 
enough, a wolf came out of the bushes and was ready to set upon her.

"Wait!" yelled the rabbit, "you can't eat me right now."

"And why might that be, my furry appetizer?"

"I am almost finished writing my thesis on The Superiority of Rabbits over 
Foxes and Wolves."

The wolf laughed so hard that it almost lost its grip on the rabbit.

"Maybe I shouldn't eat you. You really are sick...in the head. You might 
have something contagious."

"Come and read it for yourself. You can eat me afterward if you disagree 
with my conclusions."

So the wolf went down into the rabbit's hole...and never came out.

The rabbit finished her thesis and was out celebrating in the local 
lettuce patch. Another rabbit came along and asked, "What's up? You seem 
very happy."

"Yup, I just finished my thesis."

"Congratulations. What's it about?"

"The Superiority of Rabbits over Foxes and Wolves."

"Are you sure? That doesn't sound right."

"Oh yes. Come and read it for yourself."

So together they went down into the rabbit's hole. As they entered, the 
friend saw the typical graduate student abode, albeit a rather messy one 
after writing a thesis.

The computer with the controversial work was in one corner. To the right 
there was a pile of fox bones, to the left a pile of wolf bones. And in 
the middle was a large, well-fed lion.

The moral of the story:

     The title of your thesis doesn't matter.
     The subject doesn't matter.
     The research doesn't matter.
     All that matters is who your advisor is.

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