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6′ 1″ (1.85m)
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Strictly monogamous
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
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I'm a programmer with an interest in data science.

I built my own website ( and use it to host my blog. You can probably find me studying just about every day, even though I'm not in school right now. My blog goes into detail about the things I'm learning.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm programming computers for a living. Basically I make websites and applications for people. I also study a lot of computer science and math.
I’m really good at
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Gaming and telling jokes that aren't funny.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan was amazing as was pretty much every book by Brandon Sanderson. I've read the Harry Potter books, the Lord of the Rings, and other similar popular works, but they haven't held up as well to the passing of time. Worm was good too, but its a pretty grim dark story compared to the rest of the fiction I read. I also might have accidentally ran out of fanfiction worth reading in multiple fandoms... yeah. Like a year of my life just gone.

When it comes to non-fiction I would say tge most easily enjoyed book was Surely Your Joking Mr. Feynman. I found the combination of joy and genius to be pretty amazing.

Nothing is really standing out for me in the realm of movies. Maybe Primer and Inception? They were both pretty good. I enjoyed the first Harry Potter movie and didn't care for most of the rest. The entire Bourne series held my interest. I actually went and read the books too. I'll add more as I think of them.

I like Lindsey Stirling's dubstep violin. I tend to prefer songs that don't have many vocals. When songs do have vocals they distract me a lot.

My favorite anime is probably the first half of the first season of Sword Art Online or the first season of Death Note.

Food, well my favorites are tacos and pizza. I also love quinoa. I was once vegetarian and then vegan, but during that time I wasn't responsible enough for supplying myself with the right food. It made the diet choice extremely impractical. I don't think I'll be returning to that any time soon.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
God, Jesus Christ, Internet, and various computing devices.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to learn more about all the things that interest me. Should I watch a lecture on Khan Academy next? Do I do the problem set from the MIT Open Course Ware class I was working through? Do I crack back open one of the overly hard and advanced textbooks that takes months to slog through?

Lately I'm of the opinion that accomplishing my goals when they are varied is very hard. I've been trying to leverage electronic reminders and the like to stay committed to doing the things I want to do.

The trial of balancing faith with a scientific view of the world. The many biases that go into thinking and their effect on my views. Ways to deal with the counteraction of those biases. Instrumental and epistemic rationality.

How much I love my cat and dog. They are so precious.

About how and why software engineering tends to be done so poorly in some projects.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At my home playing video games while in Skype, reading, writing, or programming.