How your choice of words reflect you as a person

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Over the years, I have been active in curating events and programs for students that encourage personal and professional development.  In particular, I try my best to share experiences with students from my alma mater, University of Washington.  A few days ago, a student from UW reached out to me on LinkedIn, in an effort to recruit […]

Introducing the Galileo Development Board from Intel

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NOTE: Shockwave Flash is required to view this video. Introducing the Galileo Development Board.. Intel’s solution to Arduino.  This video showcases an application of the board for large lighting display and control applications.  Click here is the official public site from Intel for more information.  Do you have any good ideas for other uses of this board? […]

Spring Break Updates

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Sorry for the brief hiatus in posting. These past months have been extraordinarily busy. So, I’d like to take this opportunity to update you in some projects I have been involved in: Digital IC Design Most recently, I have been taking E E 476 and E E 477, VLSI I and II, the senior year […]

The Feeling of Change

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It is the seventh week of Autumn quarter at the University of Washington. HCDE 333 has been a rewarding class. During the past seven weeks, we had the opportunity to work on a fine tune skills in various important documents. So far, this class has changed my abilities and provided me with a number of […]