Pretty much the main reason why I am writing this blog is because it is a graded assignment for my CS467 Capstone class. However, even though the assignment was an obligation, I appreciate that it made me think back on my life, and give a good hard retrospective on what I have experienced and gone… Continue reading Thank You Notes
When I was just a little kid, I remember never wanting to eat. My parents would have to force me to sit at the dinner table and beg for me to eat my food. It didn’t help that I was a picky eater and I only wanted to eat fried foods like chicken nuggets and… Continue reading Happy Belly, Happy Life
I still remember my first experience with video games. It was my 5th birthday at Chuck E. Cheese, and my parents had just bought me a Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Little did my parents know that they would forever regret buying me a video game console. I was instantly hooked the first time I inserted… Continue reading Not Game Over, Continue?
When I was about 5 years old, my parents forced me to take piano lessons. Coming from a Korean background, learning music was a pretty standard value in a family like mine. And ever since I could remember, I always hated playing and practicing the piano. My family would force me to practice 30 minutes… Continue reading “When words fail, music speaks.”
My previous blog posts have mainly been about my journey in life, school, and work. But I want to introduce to you all the ones who give my life value and meaning. And that is of course my family. I want to dedicate a post to my family, because no matter how difficult of a… Continue reading Home is where Ohana is
And so it begins… Even though we are already nearing the end of week 3 of 10 in my Online Capstone Project class (CS 467), it really feels like we are only just entering the beginnings of this class. With the first few weeks of the course preparing us in choosing teams and projects, our… Continue reading Really Week1 of CS 467
As far as I can remember, I always preferred to work alone, whether it was for school or for work. I probably share very similar reasons why most of us prefer to work alone, in that it feels like it requires more effort to work together than to just work alone. I always felt afraid… Continue reading It Takes Two. Or More.
When I first was an undergraduate student over 10 years ago, I was unmotivated and did not have a clue what I wanted to do with my life. And even though I received bad grades and just played all the time, I somehow was able to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Math in the end… Continue reading Third Time’s the Charm?