I’m from a small farming community where I spent my summers working on our family fruit orchard. There's a joke that goes like this, “Do you know how to make a small fortune farming? Start out with a large fortune!” That’s because being a farmer is hard work and depending on the year it doesn’t always pay off. On a farm you are always trying to find the most efficient use of resources and figuring out how to fix broken equipment. I believe this is where my ingenuity and strong work ethic came from.
I spent my winters at the ski resort 30 minutes from my home working as a ski and snowboard instructor. People from across the globe come to Mt. Hood to work or to recreate, so I interacted with people having all different personalities, temperaments and cultural backgrounds.
I graduate from Oregon State University in December 2018 and I'm currently looking for full time software engineering opportunities.
In my sophomore year of college I was a teaching assistant for the computer sciences introductory courses.Learn More
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