I co-hosted the ACM Tech Talk, "Landing your Dream CS Job", with my friend Kevin Beashore. We prepared students for the upcoming Engineering Career Fair. Students were equipped with resources from Gayle Mcdowell's software engineering career prep books, from Cracking the Coding Interview to the The Google Resume. We covered resume prep, behavioral interviews, and technical interviews.
Google. Reddit. YouTube. These are a few of the many websites taking advantage of Python’s reliability, clarity, and enjoyment for the developers working with it. We discussed our experiences with two of the most powerful Python web frameworks: Flask and Django. We also gave an overview of the simple AngularJS alternative, KnockoutJS, that can be used to data-bind your Python code.
I had the pleasure of being one of the three hosts of the July Bartlesville User Group monthly conference with my colleagues Nhan Tran and Matthew Edmondson to an audience of 50+ ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66 developers. We were the only three interns selected to present.
February 13, 2016
As a "#SpreadAndroidLove" Google Student Ambassador initiative, I organized, hosted, and taught K-State's first ever Android Development Workshop involving 45 students (+1 professor) located in K-State's beautiful new engineering building. The workshop ran for four hours.
With the help of the Mobile Development Club, I walked the class through the first lesson of the Udacity Android Development course made by the Android team, giving participants a solid introduction to the Android Studio IDE and Android's open platform of mobile development. The event later was awarded by Google for being one of the top Android events nationwide.