This post has been sitting in my drafts for a while; I had meant to post it right after I finished my last interview back during Spring Break but I was never able to finish it until now. As I’ve graduated and am about to start my career as a software engineer, I thought it would be a good idea to look back on my experiences looking for a job. A lot of what I will be discussing will be pretty closely related to finding software engineering jobs, though I would like to think that some of this post will be applicable to job seekers in any field.
Almost a month into the start of my senior year at Texas A&M, and while things are relatively slow right now, the next few months will be particularly intense as my classes ramp up. Thus, I figured it would be a good time to blog real quick about what’s going on with me right now.
Recently I was studying some kanji when I noticed that the kanji 数 is used to express a wide variety of mathematical terminology. I thought it would be interesting to write a little bit about how this kanji is used.
As I said in my first post blogging isn’t exactly my strong suit, but a lot has happened in these past few months so I figured now would be a good opportunity to just sit down and type about it.
Just wanted to get something posted on my website. It’s definitely still a work in progress, but it’s better than nothing.