I got my bachelor’s degree in computer science from Texas A&M, and like to believe that my degree gave me the technical chops to build solutions that help people. I want to develop technology that goes beyond the mouse and keyboard and blends into our environment, so I chose to get my Master's in Human-Computer Interaction at Georgia Tech to:
- work with top-tier faculty who are researching the cutting edge of where technology is heading
- learn how to build technology with people in mind
- avoid being an adult for a couple more years.
I’d love for this conversation to be a bit less one-sided, so feel free to reach out to me!