Although an intercalary month was used periodically, , however, fixed rules regarding intercalations were established, providing for the distribution of seven intercalary months at designated intervals over 19-year periods.Greek astronomers also devised rules for intercalations to coordinate the lunar and solar years.The award for most compatible majors goes to Performing Arts majors, who are 38 times more likely to marry one another, followed by Law majors (33 times more likely) and the above-mentioned music majors.At the opposite end of the spectrum, Business majors–the second most popular major, after Education–are only 1.7 times more likely to walk down the aisle together, followed by Family Studies majors (also 1.7) and Engineers (1.8).Generally speaking, degrees in related fields tended to be more compatible.Someone with a history degree is more compatible than average with an art historian, English major or someone with a degree in foreign languages. Computer scientists are more compatible with undergraduates who majored in law than they are with those who studied math or statistics, in defiance of the assumption that all math-and-science types stick together.The data is gender-agnostic; in all cases, couples are represented twice in the data, once with each partner as the spouse.
I wanted to know how these things worked "behind the screen". In fact, he seemed to already know about programming and networking.Computer science or software engineering were looking pretty good. He was planning on going to Algonquin College for a computer science diploma program.Turns out he was able to inspire me and help me figure out which program I should take.Some people say you shouldn't partner with someone too much like you, but I have to say, marrying another geek was the best thing I could have done! In high school, I knew I wanted to do something with computers afterward, but wasn't sure exactly what.I had always had my own computer in my room (thanks to my dad and the government's surplus of machines).