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Samuel Han
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Samuel Han replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three good things about being a UH ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. It is easier to network as a student of the ICS program and UH Manoa.  2. Having extracurricular groups that help with technical interviews. 3.  Classes being online helps me to work at my part time job."
Aug 27, 2020
Samuel Han replied to Philip Johnson's discussion Three bad things about being an ICS student in the group uh-ics-students
"1. Increase the number of courses if possible. It seems like there is a bottle neck of students for 311 and 314. This creates issues as students may need to pass these classes to graduate. 2. Introduce 314 earlier. Web development is the most…"
Aug 27, 2020
Samuel Han joined Philip Johnson's group


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 27, 2020
Samuel Han is now a member of TechHui
Aug 27, 2020

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Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Software Engineering
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
Dart, Javascript
About Me:
Student at UH Manoa

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At 12:48am on August 27, 2021, Aisha said…

Good Day,
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