• MIS 2101: I am currently taking my first MIS class this fall. I hope to gain a solid understanding of MIS that I can use as a basis for my future classes. In addition, I will benefit from creating and maintaining my digital identity. Finally, this class has given me the necessary skills to map organizational systems. Regardless of whether the system is simple or complex, the system can always be broken down into its components and then analyzed. I hope to learn more about how to analyze systems and interpret system data as I complete this course.
• Introduction to Engineering (Montgomery County Community College): This class provided me with a solid foundation in technical presentations, brainstorming, unit analysis, and product design. For example, my group decided to create a intelligent shopping cart mock-up for a project. Also, we had to present our idea to the class in a formal presentation. Here’s a link to our presentation, featuring our mock-up.
• Engineering Computations (Montgomery County Community College): This course taught be the basics of C++. My favorite project in this course involved programming a robot using Arduino. The robot had to track and pick up a water bottle attached to a second robot, that was also moving . Also, the robot had to recognize black tape and not cross over the border. Here’s a video of my robot during a test run! (for the record, it does a very slow happy dance/turn at the end)
• Introduction to Java (Montgomery County Community College): This course taught me the fundamentals of Java and object-oriented programming. I have not used Java since this class, but I am still able to recognize the language and understand programming logic. I understand nested loops, simple arithmetic, and statements, or statements, and if statements.