Originally posted by Ride -or- Die
Computer Technology is a passion I have had since as long as I can remember. I've been working with computers since
I was six years old. Since that time my passion has been fed thought the constant use of computers. I am skilled
in many areas of Computer Technology, such as;
• Microsoft Windows – I am adept in the following Windows operating systems: Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows CE, Windows NT 4.0 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP Professional, and Windows XP Corporate.how about dos?
• Networking – I have designed, built, and maintained several Windows-based networks on the following Windows Operating systems: Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0 Server, and all versions of Windows 2000 and Windows XP. The sizes of these networks vary from just a few computers, to over fifty computers with dedicated servers.what about peer to peer, client-server, ethernet, wireless, sites, gateways, subnets, etc?
• Programming – I've taken two years of programming in high school.
During my junior year I studied Visual Basic, covering topics such as
the importance of commenting, developing algorithms, and many other fundamental aspects of programming. I'm currently learning more advanced topics in[/i] C++, and
have experience in other languages such as PASCAL, HTML, ASP, and PHP.give examples, even if they're projects from a book
• Computer Construction –In the
twelve years I've been working in the field of Computer Technology, I have built more then forty-five computers for myself, friends, and relatives. I am fluent in the way each element of a computer system works, and why it works. The technology I have worked with varies all the way from older to the newest types.like what? be specific: floppies, 286 mb cpu's, DVD-RW's, motherboards, etc
These are merely a few of the areas in which I have studied through the course of my life.hopefully that goes w/o saying
My main goal, both in and out of class, is to become the programmer I aspire to be.so? and that could hurt you, they might want someone a bit more well rounded
I haven't decided whether I want to focus on
game or software developmentaren't games software?
, but my feeling is that knowledge of both fields is beneficial. why is that? your feeling doesn't count
I feel that I would be an excellent addition to your educational community. I feel that the force I put forth is a reflection on me, and that is not something I take lightly.???
I ask that you consider my experience, dedication and commitment when considering my application.