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Jiaqi Li
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  • Foshan
  • China, mainland
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Jiaqi Li replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. I'm grateful that the former ACM president created ICSpace student lounge. 2. Being able to meet and network with students from the same department. 3. Free access to Microsoft software."
Jan 13
Jiaqi Li replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"Hi Scheller, how did you get free access to microsoft free software? I know we could do that but not sure how, would you mind giving me some guidance on that?"
Jan 13
Jiaqi Li replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three bad things about being an ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. I personally find taking discrete math classes online is a lot effective than taking it in class. The fact these classes covers a broad range of topics but didn't go in depth on each on them, make discrete math classes not necessarily…"
Jan 13
Jiaqi Li joined Philip Johnson's group
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uh-ics-students

A group focused on the needs of UH ICS undergraduate and graduate students. If you are interested in supporting this community, please join this group. While the focus is on ICS students, you need not be an ICS student to participate!See More
Jan 12
Jiaqi Li is now a member of TechHui
Jan 12

Profile Information

Occupation:
Student
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
software engineering, cybersecurity, web development
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
Assemby Languages, C, C++, HTML, Java, Javascript, PHP

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