My interest in computer science didn’t spark from writing my first line of code. Rather, it emerged from the arts. As a child, I used to draw excessively and freely, and when I got my first computer my interests evolved into design. Soon, my artistic curiosity motivated me to teach myself programming. I love data visualization because it combines two of my favorite passions!
At Cornell, I took INFO 3300, taught by professor David Mino. Not only was the class enjoyable, but I learned an incredible amount as well. It has been one of the most practical and applicable classes I've taken.View Demo