I am a student at Florida State University currently studying Computer Criminology. I began my love for programming when I modded my first video game in highschool using a LUA script. Since then, I've always loved programming and the power behind it. Coming from a development-centric background, I love to focus more on the power of manipulating—even breaking, existing code to fit my needs. I enjoy the puzzle and the challenge, and have sought to follow it as a career choice in Offensive Computer Security.
I formally worked for a small tutoring company in Tallahasee, FL alongside studying at school. My duties include:
I worked as part of the Crime Scene Investigation Unit alongside investigators, detectives, and other law enforcement personnel. My duties included all of the following:
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While some choose to take naps and relax on a rainy day, I do the opposite. On a day like that—today, I brew a pot of coffee to satiate my notorious caffeine addiction, and I become the most productive I can be. I put on some music, a movie, or a television show I've seen a million times onto a separate monitor for white noise, and I get working. I learn a new language by building or creating something new, and sometimes I just read about the latest developments in the constantly evolving cybersecurity and tech world.
When I am not considered to be productive, I enjoy a handful of competitive video games to keep my mind sharp. I administrate a flourishing online gaming community I began myself (Link). I am a picky reader of sci-fi and fantasy, and I know exactly how Game of Thrones will end. I make way too many Spotify playlists. I also write in my offtime regarding personal opinions and experiences, as well as the occasional fiction.