"1. Not a lot of free time. This field demands a large sum of time to be invested with it. Some days I forget what the sun looks like.
2. A lot of hard work. Not only is there a large quantity of work for many ICS classes, the work involved is…"
"1. Being surrounded by competent like-minded individuals that makes even the most arduous semesters full of development and enjoyment.
2. Gaining knowledge and experiences to prepare myself for my future (hopeful) career.
3. Establish a base of…"
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Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Cyber Security, Cryptology, Steganography
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
My journey with computer science began with joining my JROTC's Cyber Patriot team. Once a member, we participated in the Cyber Patriot competition put on by the U.S. Air Force that focuses on system hardening and vulnerability detection and correction. I participated for three years and graduated as the team captain. Additionally, I also took an AP Computer Science class which introduced me to programming in Java. From my experiences in high school I decided that wanted to purse a career in computer science. I am now studying at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in pursuit of an education, experiences, and network connections that will enable me to achieve a life-long and fulfilling career in computer science. To aide me in that effort, I have also found employment at my campus' Career Center where I work as a computer specialist. While my schooling is fueling my formal education, my current job position offers practical work experiences as I solve problems in a business environment, and LinkedIn and CyberHui are places that will assist with my final goal of networking.