I am caught up in a few super cool projects that, surprising to myself, don’t involve coding at all.
It is my pleasure to be invited to share my opinions on applying to internships in the field of computer science. Although this talk is in Chinese, an outline in English is provided here for the convenience of the audience. Check out the outline
This is a list of materials I use in the final presentation of my COMP 400 project. Presentation deck: http://cs.mcgill.ca/~yyang121/COMP400/Presentation.pdf Demo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDq1sbICh14
After working on ScribeX throughout the semester, and focusing my energy on this project in the past two weeks, I have finished the deliverable (web app) and report of this project. You can find my report on this project here – and please do! It is a good report 😛
This article functions as the second step in my project proposal for ScribeX. An architecture draft drawing is provided, as well as a list of MVPs and MDPs.
On Tuesday I had an interview at Microsoft, for a PM internship in summer 2016. Today I heard back from Microsoft that I am receiving an offer for that position. Although details of this offer haven’t been finalized, I am extremely excited to have an opportunity to practice a PM job at Microsoft. It will be…
Since school started in September, my time and energy has been mostly devoted to it. I have been dedicated to write codes for assignments rather than “cooler” projects. But this is about to change. Yesterday my project proposal for COMP 400, a course titled Honours Project in Computer Science at McGill, got approved by my supervisor, Prof….