Who I Am
I am a computer science major at the University of Texas at Austin. Computer science is not just a career choice for me; it is my passion. Outside of class projects and coding assignments, I frequently enjoy working on projects of my own. Since my first computer science course in high school, I have developed dozens of applications of various size, from small "proof of concept" programs to StoneQuest, the largest Java application I have assumed alone with, at last count, ~13,000 lines of source code.
I studied computer science for two years at LeTourneau University in east Texas before transferring to the University of Texas at Austin in the spring of 2012. I plan to graduate in 2014 after which I intend to pursue a master's degree in the same field.
I consider myself proficient in the following programming languages.
I have also become reasonably familiar with Perl, Lisp and SQL during my studies at UT.
Through both the classes I have taken in college as well as my own curiosity, I have developed interests in many areas of computer science; notably,
- Swarm behavior
- Artificial intelligence
- Human-machine interaction
- Network communication
- Distributed computing
- CG / graphic design