I'm a Computer Science student in Software Engineering at Carleton University.
This is where I keep my stuff.
Below, you will find my portfolio with access to projects I have worked on (or am currently working on).
There are three basic reasons why I code...
I believe the hardwiring of my brain plays a great role in my obsession with programming. Being increasingly curious, introverted, easily inspired; these and more are what I believe make programming such a perfect fit for me, and me for it.
I'm not going to bore you with all the cliché "I wanted to do this since I was 5 years old", because we all know that's not true. However, I believe my obsession with the computer falls as far back since my time in primary school, where I would always want to see how the computer did the things I wanted it to do. It became even more apparent when I realised that there are tiny computers in many electronics, I began to take every electronic device I could find appart, just to see what's inside.
Although I had obsessed with the computer since primary school, I never tried programming officially until GCSE year 10. I started programming during Computing class, and went on to do more out of school.
Later, in my A Level (GCE) education, I was taught three new high-level programming languages; Visual Basic, SQL, and a little bit of Prolog. However, I did not restrict myself to these languages alone, I alse decided to teach myself Java along with HTML and CSS.
Now, at university (and at work 😉), I've been exposed to so many languages & frameworks. There's so much to choose from!