My Childhood

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My fondness for computer was initially sparked by my first exposure to it by my father when I was just 3 years old. The mystery and delicacy of this gadget absorbed the attention of young me and gradually shaped my academic enthusiasm. Meanwhile this keenness paved the way for my massive attachments to the investigation of applying the computer technology to the modern world. Consequently, I have decided to study Computer Science as my undergraduate course and to work as a software engineer in the years to come.

Due to my rigorousness and dedications, a solid academic foundation has been laid in the subjects I chose at IGCSE and AS Levels. I particularly enjoy Mathematics' mystery and enchantment, and attach value to the relation between algorithm, logical and analytical thinking skills, and designing the computer programmes. The continuing commitment to broaden my capacity and knowledge in Computing in great depth stimulates me to obtain additional tutorial lessons on Pascal programming language and challenge myself to independently study C Programming Language by Brian W. Kernighan and Dennis M. Ritchie. Both readings deepen my understanding of this programming language and inspire me to explore more. It is assumed that the perseverance and acute curiosity I demonstrated in academic studies not only promoted me to be a straight-’A’s student, but also allowed me to be a prospective dedicated explorer in the computer software field. It is the unmatchable satisfaction of solving the once baffling problems that confirmed my decision of regarding Computing as my life-long pursuit.

The internet forum www.xjatc.com was founded with all my efforts in 2009. As the most popular forum among the Asian professional field with over 10,000 members, the forum is designed to get passengers familiar with the real civil aviation through playing games namely Air Traffic Controller 3 and Pilot Story. Upon the attempts of avoiding leaking personal information in a virtual...
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