Friday.. End of the week, thank god, I was about to ignite my desk at work on file and blame Apple for their faulty power supplies. I am at wits end as the weight of projects on my plate build up. Earlier today on campus, I was about 10 minutes from my class starting when I realized that our final project proposals were due, online, in 10 minutes, so I had to whip out my cell phone and send an email to my professor and claim that I made the due date on time. Of course, in the end, she probably could not have cared less if I got the project in on time, or if I died in a fire. No.. thats not true, she's a caring person.. there is probably some instrumental value in the existence of my life to her.
Hi.. well here I am..
Not that anyone will read this..
I am wrapping up my senior year of my undergrad career at the University of Washington. Currently, working about 35-40 hrs a week as a software engineer and I do research for the university in RFID development.
Hopefully by 2008 I will be able to juggle my work and academic life properly to graduate with a double major of computer science and applied mathematics.
My future plans are to 'work less' and to prepare for interviews, and pickup a job with Google or Valve Software. I believe I have the skills and experience to be a competitive applicant for these companies but I am not completely prepared for the interview process.
With that said, ontop of those activities im an active soccer player for a city league and enjoy bouldering (rock climbing) with the same group of friends I play soccer with. On top of that, I have influenced a few friends into the world of anime and manga, as they are now hooked on several series and some of them have been adapted a skill of drawing while taking notes at the same time in class.
Sounds all so amazing, now for the information you NEED to know: .. [sic] .. and that my friends is professionalism.