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About Me

I graduated from Georgia Tech’s College of Computing in Fall 2010; since then, I’ve been trying to start a successful company, change the world, and in general use my expensive and prestigious college degree as little as possible. So far it’s worked out for me. 😉

I’m currently working with several of the fine folks in Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities (http://c21u.gatech.edu/) to try and further the discussion on what needs to change in education, and I hope to be able to create some of that change and not just leave it at the discussion stage. Right now the main problem I’m working on is trying to help people figure out what they want to do with their lives that intersects what careers actually pay good money; whatever career counselors are currently providing, it isn’t solving the problem.

I could spend more time explaining my perspectives and personality in detail, but I’m sure I’ll get most of it wrong; you’ll pick it up quick enough if you continue reading what I write.

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