Ever since I was a kid programming has been a hobby of mine. I started like everybody else, obsessed with video games and creating my own. Learning how to write text based games in Python and Java, building mini-robots using Arduino. I even landed an internship along with a friend of mine when I was about 13 with a small software development startup called 42Labs (which I suspect has probably sadly disbanded by now). I also got an IGCSE in Information Technology(IT) a couple of years early with a group of other students and the help of my high school IT Teacher. I was also involved with working on my school's online learning platform (an open source project called Gibbon) using PHP.
I've never been one to spend too much into studying. I was always more obsessed with my own technological pet projects. But in my opinion this is something of value: having a passion for the theory of computer science and in turn the practice of software development. So far i've worked on numerous side-projects while in school ranging from web-development, game-development, graphics, to artificial intelligence.
I got my DEC in Pure and Applied Science at Marianopolis College, and am currently studying Software Engineering at Concordia University.