I'm a software engineer and a senior at the University of British Columbia studying Computer Science.
Through past experiences, I realized that I really enjoy learning new things so I'm always open to trying out different kinds of projects. After all, the best way to learn something new is to just dive in and get your hands dirty. And even though that means horribly failing sometimes, giving it a shot in the first place is something worth smiling about.
In my free time, you'll probably catch me either drawing, playing the guitar, or writing songs. Actually, I enjoy pretty much anything that provides a creative outlet for me. I think programming is in the same vein; it's like an empty canvas, full of endless possibilities, just waiting for you to create anything your heart desires.
Thanks for dropping by!
Location: Vancouver, Canada
My first attempt at a website was as a twelve year old enrolled in an HTML summer camp. My website was decorated with my two favourite colours back then: hot pink and yellow. Even though the yellow font was hard to read against the pink background, I insisted that having a "neat" website theme (like "pink lemonade") was far more important than readability. It was also flooded with random content, from cat pictures to copious amounts of buttons that were used as links to songs. Needless to say, it looked terrible but probably exactly what you'd expect from an inexperienced twelve year old. I remember how cool and tech-savvy I thought I was when I figured out how to embed Youtube videos. There were a lot of videos on that site from then on.
Many years after, I decided to take another crack at writing a personal website. While there aren't any funny pictures of cats this time around, you can tell my insistence for a "neat" theme hasn't gone away. I just hope it doesn't hurt your eyes too much.