Heya, I'm Terence Nip, and welcome to my site!
This domain serves as a staging area for some of my projects as well as a personal portfolio (in the future).
(But between you and me, some/most of my work is probably being hosted on some other domain. :-) )
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currently working at: a bunch of places and doing a lot of things
last blog post (probably outdated): check out le blog || contact: me@[this domain].com
I'm Terence Nip, a junior Computer Science and Mathematics Dual Major at Syracuse University. I love bowling, playing ping pong, and working on projects that can make people's lives easier (or to just learn some cool new tricks). Most recently, I was a 2012 hackNY fellow working at numberFire. (If you're interested in startups, hackNY is the most badass program out there. Work, hearing awesome speakers, & living with 30+ of the best hackers in the US/Canada... the best.)
I started working back in middle school for a little site called jellyneo.net, and recently left in June 2011. I was privileged enough to work on many projects on the site as a site administrator, including one of my first projects, the Editorial Database and most recently, the Altador Cup Rank Calculator.
In high school, I co-ran TwinSkiesHelp.net, a helpsite for games produced by Meteor Games. I produced many of the features on the site, including both an Item and Quest Database. The site was later revamped after Meteor Games' pivot towards developing Facebook games.
This semester, I'll be taking the following courses at Syracuse University. To view the code I've written for both Data Structures and Introduction to Computer Science, you can head on over to my github profile.
- CIS 454 - Software Implementation
- CIS 468 - Natural Language Processing
- CIS 473 - Automata and Computability
- MAT 521 - Introduction to Probability
- PHY 212 - Physics II
- PHY 222 - Physics II Lab (yay!)
- some research in the iSchool