• My profile picture no longer looks enough like me.
• My Mii no longer looks enough like me.
• I do not remember what I look like.
, available on Netflix and other streaming services—in preparation for our next mission: Gender In Sci-Fi on Monday, March 30th at 19:00 in SAU 1829.
Next, a reminder that STARfest will be on Saturday, April 25th in the Campus Center/SAU. If you are interested in running a panel at STARfest, please submit it online as soon as possible at goo.gl/boZZF8. More information about the event is available on the event page at plus.google.com/events/cp1mn6n85khas5labgmuph4tst4. In addition, you can help fund additional stretch goals for the event at gofundme.com/STARfest.
Finally, members of the STAR book club are to finish Timeline over spring break.
Have a wonderful and relaxing spring break, and we look forward to seeing you when we return on Monday, the 30th.
To prepare for this mission over spring break, we recommend watching Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Outcast” (season 5, episode 17), which is available on Netflix and other streaming services. We also recommend The Left Hand Of Darkness by Ursula Le Guin.
Shout-out to and for getting me to play it.
I am a 20-year-old game and software designer and developer.
I enjoy programming, level design, and user interface/user experience design, and I would like to think I am quite good at those things—I have been teaching game and software design and development since high school. I also enjoy drawing, 3D modeling, 2D and 3D animation, acting, and singing. I am not as good at those things, but I hope to get better in time. I also enjoy promoting wave, spinning poi, cosplaying, geeking out over sci-fi, and writing lyrics (usually parodies of existing songs) from time to time. And normal things, such as playing video games and reading.
If you are interested in some of the things I make, you can check out my apps, wave gadgets (for Google Wave, Shared Spaces, Apache Wave, and similar systems), Portal maps, and other tech shenanigans.
- Oracle PrimaveraCo-Op Applications Engineer, 2014 - 2014Front-end web development on Oracle Primavera Prime during the summer of 2014
- TICWeb design counselor, 2013 - 2013Taught students to make web sites and web applications with rich, interactive content during the summer of 2013
- TICProgramming Counselor, 2011 - 2011Taught students to develop video games during the summer of 2011
- Thomas Jefferson High School For Science And TechnologySub-Intramaster (Intranet administrator), 2010 - 2011Helped maintain school Intranet (written in object-oriented PHP), assisted in creation of new Intranet features
- True Educator2009 - 2010Developed PowerPoint presentations for educational consultant
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