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Xandrew Julian
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  • Mililani, HI
  • United States
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Xandrew Julian replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. Learning- As ICS students,we are able to pursue our passions and become better people by learning new and innovative concepts and improving our skills. For someone like me, this means I look forward to the task and have fun doing it. 2.…"
Aug 31, 2019
Xandrew Julian replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three bad things about being an ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. Stress- As ICS students, we tend to work more than we should do. I think we should strive to make learning easier and not harder. Putting lectures online is a good step in the right direction because we are allowed more time to ask questions when…"
Aug 31, 2019
Xandrew Julian joined Philip Johnson's group
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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
Aug 31, 2019
Xandrew Julian is now a member of TechHui
Aug 31, 2019

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Occupation:
Other
Company:
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Computers, Coding, Artificial Intelligence, Application Development, Hardware Improvement
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C, C++, C#, Java, Javascript, Python
About Me:
I am a student in college participating in the computer engineering program. I like anything to do with creating things, coding, and improving what we have for convenience.

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