San Jose, CA
my education is in physics. i have a masters and bachelors in the field with a minor in math. should have had a minor in computational simulations also, but couldn't take one of the required classes in time. so right now i'm trying to apply that to writing applications.
as for programming, i'm most familiar with C and C++ for creating simulations and algorithms to replicate physics experiments run straight through a terminal or using LabView to present graphical representations. this has expanded to Python, Objective-C, and Swift (the last two being my primary languages). apps specialize in database structures, serial interfacing, and real-time data analysis.
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