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bio website careers.stackoverflow.com/…
location Austin, TX
age 24
visits member for 3 years, 2 months
seen Sep 27 '11 at 4:22

Currently, I am a Game Programmer -- taming the C++ beast 40 hours a week. I am a robotics enthusiast and love getting active in the community.

I created the cute, steam-punk robots for the theater production Heddatron (the southern premiere) and won an award from the local critics. As former President of the University of Texas IEEE-Robotics and Automation Society, I brought a better fiscal year for us, as well as more outreach in the community then ever before.

As part of my crusade to better computer science education, I am active as a mentor for a local high school robotics team. I strive to teach them good programming practices and hone their skills through robotics applications. I enjoy working with them and it brings a smile to my face every time one of them gets accepted at major science and engineering universities across the nation.

I am K-12 outreach certified by the Women in Engineering Program at the University of Texas. I currently hold a Bachelor of Science in Computer Sciences from the University of Texas.


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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered How do I negotiate with a company to develop software?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment How to organize a MST when one node disappear?
I'm not sure I understand what you are asking exactly. Can you be more specific? Are you asking if you can recalculate the MST quickly after removing the node? Also, if the edge weights are 1, I'm not understanding the significance of a MST. Please explain more and I would be happy to ponder it with you.
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comment Shifting between XML schemas and C# classes in a sensible fashion
Are you wanting to generate a class based on the XML dynamically or do you know what fields are coming in from the XML?
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answered How do big companies of software developers check for bugs in their programs?