I’ve worked on a few projects over the years And some of them ended up as finished products! So I figured I might as well make them publically accessible and give anyone a chance to see what I’ve managed to accomplish with my coding career. I hope you stumble upon something you find useful! Apache Traffic Control May 2019 - August 2019 GitHub | My contributions This was the open source project I worked on this past summer while I was on the CDN team at Comcast VIPER in Denver.
Your life is cool, you should track it as you progress through it! Introduction First, a short introduction/explanation of what this is for. Often, when people ask me what I’ve been up to over a given span of time, usually someone I haven’t seen in a while, I pause before saying anything, with my mind completely empty of any ideas for what I could possibly say back. There are just so many times when I look back and I realize that I have no idea what I’ve spent my time doing.
This past Thursday was intern volleyball at WWT, and I was feeling pretty nervous knowing how bad I’ve been at volleyball in the past. Nevertheless, I came into the office feeling pretty good about the day ahead. Unfortunately, that feeling wouldn’t last long. I drove myself to the outing so that I could head straight home afterwards and maybe leave early if my team lost. When I finally got there, I had trouble finding parking.
It’s official. I’m starting a blog. It’s about time I finally got on this. I’ve been thinking for months now about the importance of storytelling and how it’s a skill I need to cultivate. I recognized it was important last fall when I wrote my first (and as I write this, only) article for the Vanderbilt Hustler. Yet, I couldn’t ever figure out the right way for me to actually get good at this skill.