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Masters of Computer Science and Engineering • National Taiwan Ocean University
Bachelor of Communications, Navigation and Control Engineering • National Taiwan Ocean University
When I was a sophomore, I participated in lots of software and hardware competitions, and found I am more interested in software development. As a senior of University, I decided to be an exchange student of the computer science department of Canada University to confirm whether I like computer science or not. After finishing the exchange student's life, I immediately switched to study in master degree of computer science, and finished my first Android App development in the same time. In additional to Learn Meteor and React in my spare time, I also participated in IBM internship and experienced lots of team work. I hope to stay passionate in this field and keep learning all the time.
The research proposed an innovative service composition algorithm, Interactive Workflow-based Composition (IWC) which reflects RESTful API resources in Neo4j Graph Database through annotation engine and swagger parser. The algorithm is based on workflow, and not only considers hypermedia and API version, but also interact with developers iteratively to meet developer's requirements to find the best service composition for developer. Developers could use our Workflow-based Query Language to send the requirement to our system, IWC to look for service composition.
I work at Insight洞見 as infographic designer to improve my ability of artistic appreciation, and learn how to work with writers.
I collaborated with juniors by docker and jenkins in colledge
Experience on being an assistant of E.SUN Hackathon workshop, developing Android App, Leap motion application, Internet of vehicles application, Serverless OpenWhisk application, holding Bluemix DevOps tool promotion.
I held the Toastmaster promotion, and invited Taiwan Toastmaster president, Caroline come to our activities.
I finish the courses, Design Pattern, Website development, and Linux Dev tool, and made lots of friends.
QA Engineer, back-end development with NodeJS.
Our mission is to build up a global vision for Taiwanese.
Under the leadership of team leader, Tommy Wu, I learn a lot from the internship. I think the most important things are: (1) always ask the leader the cause of the command so that we are able to prioritize the tasks and do the high leverage activities. (2) When a new task was assigned, ask leader about the more details of achieved goal before start doing.
I studied the computer science department in Memorial University of Newfoundland and discussed homework, projects, and presentations with classmates. I also participated in the Hackathon there and had a good time. It made me deciding to study master degree of computer science.
Many people asked me why I took 1 month to stay at Newfoundland, Toronto, Boston and New York, and that's because I'd like to make friends with foreigner and experience their life instead of a sightseeing tour only. In Newfoundland, my friends drove me around the downtown and shared the history of Canada with me. In Boston, the students of MIT guided me looking around in the campus. In New York, I helped the landlord washing dishes and chatted with ticket scalpers and immigrants around the city. It was an interesting experience.
After the Sunflower Movement, I believe building up a global vision is really important for Taiwanese. Therefore, I participate a NGO organization Insight洞見 and produce lots of friendly infographic for the articles in order to attract the readers’ interest.