I was drawn into CS because of the constant challenge it presented. I knew that there were limitless bounds of what I could do or make and that was intriguing to me. However, the deeper I got into programming, the more intimidating it became when there was a bug. Nevertheless, the feeling of accomplishment after solving the problem always made me dive even deeper next time. I wanted to be a UTA to give students the same feeling of achievement I had when first learning programming.
Music/ music production, YouTube, sushi, NBA
dim (visual basic) because that was the keyword to create a variable in the first language I coded in