An active contributor, a life-changer, and a friend to all.
Bold dreams for an individual, but a goal for me.
I wish to develop myself into someone who contributes back to society, influences the life of many, and be there for those I’m close with.
In a way, I’m already working my way towards that idealistic goal — I like to think that the many relationships I’ve forged over 16 years of my life have allowed me to learn from others as much as others have learned from me. I’ve been known by many to be someone friendly, trusted, and responsible, and I hope to continue developing myself on the right track.
As a young child, I've always been interested in computers. From exploring the computer laptop to spending free time in kindergarten at the computer station, I was always fascinated and inclined towards computers and seeing how they work in our daily lives.
My passion fuelled further when I joined the school's ICT Club. As someone quick to grasp knowledge of technology, I managed to pick up basic skills — like using the Office suite of apps and media creation — and put them to use.
Secondary school was where I gained my first-hand experience with code, and it certainly was the most impactful in terms of exposing me to the world of technology. I gained the skill of code, UI design, algorithmic thinking, and much more over my four years in secondary school.
As I grew up, I realised the importance of having core values I can hold on to for guidance. While they may subtly change as I gain better insight to them, I try my best to ensure the core meaning of a value is upheld.
Personal | Interpersonal
Having serious attention or consideration applied to doing something; feeling concern or interest.
Personal | Interpersonal
Having due regard for (someone's feelings, wishes, or rights).
Being accountable for something where accountability is due and appropriate.
Being honest and having strong moral principles.
Persistent in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
A learner, a developer, and an aspiring student.
Every opportunity brings something to learn.
As I continue to develop myself as an individual, I also pick up valuable skills that help me become more of a developer as I go on.
Starting in 2018 when I picked up Swift, my first programming language, without any prior introduction to the world of code, my passion for technology further fuelled as I got to grasp more concepts, participate in more events, and expand my knowledge. Thus far, the skills of Swift and Python sit comfortably in my toolbox, with Java and Kotlin still a work-in-progress.
A programming language created by Apple for developing native applications for its platforms of iOS, macOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
A programming language created by Oracle for a variety of purposes; mostly used for developing Android applications.
A programming language created by JetBrains for a variety of purposes; mostly used for developing Android applications.
A programming language powerful to have a wide variety of purposes; mostly used in academic learning and program development.
Not to mention, I've gained some other useful skills beyond the scope of programming as well.
A tinkerer, an experimenter, and a developer.
Who knew playing around is a good thing?
To build up on my skills, test out what I know, and to learn new things, playing around is a good thing.
The result of the tinkering I’ve done is the several projects that I have been a part of. No matter a school project or a personal project, I make it an effort to give everything that I do my best shot. Doing so allows me to learn what I do best and showcase the quality of work I give at the same time.
Python | The Unlicense
☑️ Parses homework from a list and adds them to Todoist automatically.
Swift | MIT License
🎓 An app to help students understand their academic accomplishments better.