I took advantage of MIT's 5-year B.S. & Master's degree program to earn my Master's Degree in Computer Science in a year. Having spent a year working abroad, I returned to MIT with a clear understanding of what skills and knowledge to pursue during this year. I especially focused on business analytics.
Upon graduating from MIT in 2015, I packed my bags and left the country. I didn't want to just see the world, I wanted to work, live, and learn there. After a year of adventures, ranging from working as an IT consultant at a leading firm in Paris to teaching a mobile app development course to top university students in Mongolia, I am even more eager for international projects.
During my high school and college years, I enjoyed working on a wide range of technical projects. Through internships, research initiatives, class and personal projects, these projects helped me develop a range of technical skills. Here are some I enjoyed the most. Many of these projects are still in use today.
"Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing."