Category: Raleigh Spring 2016


More Rewarding Than Earning My MBA

Last week I graduated from the full-time TTS Code Immersion Program, and the experience was more rewarding than earning my MBA. I cannot remember a time in my life when I was not taking a class or pursuing a degree to challenge my mind or find some purpose to my life. I easily completed my […]

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Legos

As a child, I would spend hours playing with legos.  I loved how each piece had its own place.  I loved that by following set instructions, I would get the toy pictured on the box.  I also loved that you could update the main toy with more legos, making it bigger, more functional and much […]

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Programming and Production

Compression. Side-chaining. Phase cancellation. Automatic double-tracking. These terms probably meaning nothing to you – in fact, I’d be impressed if you even knew that they’re related to music. I’ve been playing music since I was 8 years old – first the drums, then the guitar, and then I started dabbling in pretty much any other […]

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Fourth Time’s a Charm

My first general engineering class I ever took was ‘Engineering Tools’. This particular class included a few weeks of CAD modeling and the remainder was an introduction to programming in C++. The CAD part was not so bad. After making it through the first few weeks, I felt confident. Then my blank programming canvas was […]

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Full Circle

I built my first website at age 15. Granted, it was not a masterpiece, but I loved it because I felt a sense of accomplishment. It was awesome to watch an idea I thought of come to reality from self-teaching myself HTML from what I found online. I spent hours each night and on weekends […]

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