Biographies

Name

Skype

Email Address

Phuc Nguyen

jonnguyen12@live.com stylephuc@gmail.com

David Singer

facebook:davidsinger10297 david.singer@sjsu.edu

Andy Ngo

andyngo92 andyngo92@gmail.com

Christopher Victa

ChrisVictaJr cjspro1@gmail.com

Tuan Tran

KohdMonkey kohdmonkey@yahoo.com

 

Phuc Nguyen

Phuc Nguyen

My favorite thing is the computer, because you know what, it is the most power thing in the world. You can shape the world and make it a better place via a computer. As a human, we use programming language to tell computers to do what we want it to do. That's why I major in computer science. I'm in love with creating things and I bet you are too. I'm currently a third year student at SJSU. My go-to languages are Objective-c, Java, PHP, HTML/CSS. In my free time, I like to explore new softwares, learn about them, have you heard about iPhone apps such as Angry Birds or Temple Run, Web apps such as Facebook or Twitter? It is also great that I'm able to share my knowledge with everyone. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact me at stylephuc@gmail.com.

David Singer

David Singer

I'm a computational physicist in my last semester of graduate school here at SJSU. My undergraduate studies were in astrophysics at UC Berkeley. I'm actively involved in the SJSU Physics and Astronomy Club, where I also tutor undergraduate physics. I can program in IDL, Python, and Octave. I have been learning how to use TouchDevelop, a Microsoft programming kit with nice tutorials for making touchscreen applications. I can be contacted for assistance via email: david.singer@sjsu.edu

Andy Ngo

Andy Ngo

My name is Andy Ngo and I am currently a Junior at San Jose State. My specialties for programming include C++ and Java. I also specialize in finding answers to my questions in a quick manner. I know how to use search engines efficiently and I will do my best to help you with your programming questions. If you have a particular question feel free to email me and I will try to get back to you as soon as I can. Most of the time I am near my computer so my responses usually occur within the hour unless I am asleep.

Christopher Victa

Christopher Victa

I'm Christopher Victa, a Junior at SJSU for Computer Science. I've covered C++, Java, HTML, and CSS. I plan to take 15 units every semester to graduate by 2015 May. I'm only working on becoming that good of a student! Any challenge met with enthusiam will lead to commitment, which will lead to wonderful results. Feel free to contact me at "cjspro1@gmail.com" with any questions! I will be learning more on Looking Glass ("https://lookingglass.wustl.edu/help"), as it ties in with future projects I wish to complete in the future. Just one random thing that got me considering CS: Gameshark, a game cheat device that manipulates actual values for the game, was attached to a port in the back for the first Playstation, and included a button to pause the game and test values of the game to build our own codes/cheats, ie. "infinite health". There was a tutorial for all of this. Playing with it made me feel accomplished, especially after I fixed a code that no website had right: after messing around, I discovered the usual area for values (four digits "0000") was actually being used as two values (left two and right two 00,00). This was a problem no one figured out yet. All I wanted was for it to work properly!

Tuan Tran

Tuan Tran

Hi there! I am a computer science major here at San Jose State, and i'd be more than happy to help you with your questions regarding programming. My favorite languages are C/C++, Java, and Perl; and since I have had a lot of experience in them, I can help you understand their features in depth. I also have experience in writing bash scripts; even though I am a windows fan, I have explored the world of Linux deeply, and would love to discuss it with you. Feel free to email me at kohdmonkey@yahoo.com anytime.