Hi, I am a Computer Science and Physics major at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. I will graduate in 2014.
I have been programming for a couple of years, mostly in C/C++, but I also have experience with Java and Python. I like to code, and my projects range from Win32-based native Windows applications to simple games.
I also play classical guitar and electric as well, I have been playing for 4 years. I love classical piano and classical music in general as well.
In my free time, I either code, play video games, lift weights, or box! I also play intramural dodegball :)
In addition to my love of code, I have a huge love for computers and hardware design. I have a water-cooled i7 system, and frequently enter overclocking contests and Folding@Home contests. You can see my comuter's specs here: http://www.overclock.net/member.php?u=54281
If you want to know more about me, just send me a message, or find me on facebook!
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