I was born in Bangkok, Thailand. I came to the United States in 2014 to complete my undergraduate study and launch a career in Software Engineering.
I studied at the University of Washington, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and also obtaining a Minor in Informatics at the same time in spring of 2018.
The two fields of academia essentially allow me to understand the inner thinkings of people and the way technology is created so that I can effectively create products that people will absolutely enjoy.
During university, I was inspired to intern as a Software Developer by many of my friends who were Computer Science majors. I did not realize at the time that this was the kind of working position that I’d fall in love with.
My first internship began in the summer of 2015 after my sophomore year came to completion. I interned as a software developer for a nationally-renowed corporation in Thailand that operates 7-Eleven convenience stores in the country.
At this corporation, I was fortunate to be working with inspiring mentors and experienced programmers who led me to be in love with software development as a whole.
At the end of that internship, I finished creating a mobile application that allows employees of 7-Eleven convenience stores to use QR code reader to fill and submit electronic forms.