Now that I have some free time, let’s take a look at my reflection on my first semester of teaching.
You’d think reaching the peak of academia would have filled me with pride, but there have been plenty of moments of hopelessness.
As my first semester wraps up, I can honestly say that one of my classes has ruined computer graphics for me.
As the semester begins to wind down, I’m beginning to move on from the honeymoon phase and back into the grind.
As a smug young guy who just came out of industry, I never thought I’d say this, but grad school is hard.
With a week of grad school classes in the books, it’s time to take a look at my first week reflection.
Now that I’m finally starting my PhD program in Computer Science, I want to take a moment to reflect on orientation week.
When it comes to icebreakers, Two Truths and a Lie is the worst. I just hope my PhD orientation skips this one.
As I slowly approach the beginning of my PhD journey, I am often asked questions about my ultimate goal. So, today I want to talk about my ideal job.
When I think about potential research projects, video games always come to mind. Since playing the Phantasy Star series, I’ve become interested in procedural spell generation.