About Me

Hi!  I’m Candis ^_^.  I’m an alumna (WHOO!) of Georgia Tech and majored in Computational Media with a focus in web development and graphic design.

I absolutely love Georgia Tech. It’s opened up so many different opportunities for me ranging from traveling opportunities (Orlando, Key Stone, Tucson, Spain…) to computing conferences (Grace Hopper 2007-2010, Java One) and even career opportunities for me to grow as web developer. I’ve interned at Web Design firms such as Eclipse Web Media, worked at places such as PLAE – Performance Sports Flooring, as the Webmaster (and future Director of Media Productions :D), am currently interning at the National American Cancer Society as the Interactive Media Intern, and have even done some free-lance work.  To start in mid-summer, I have accepted a full-time position as a technologies consultant for Capgemini and I couldn’t be more excited!

Web and graphic design really is one of my strongest passions, but when I’m not doing that, I also love kickboxing, playing tennis, photography, and watching movies. None of that, however, can compare to playing with my baby … kitten… Zippo.

One of the main reasons I decided to become a College of Computing blogger is because Georgia Tech has made such a huge influence on my life.  I mean, I created the blog because GT asked me to, but I mean, coming from a very small town in the middle of no where, going to Atlanta was a really big change for me.  I just hope my every day ramblings helps someone in making that special college decision… or if it’s just to brighten someone’s day by laughing about how ridiculously weird I am, that’s okay too.

To read other Georgia Tech College of Computing blogs (faculty, undergraduates, graduates, and alumni), feel free to visithttp://www.cc.gatech.edu/future/bloggers to get a listing.

Please visit my website at candispham.com for a more updated version of my portfolio and other Computational Media projects.

Click here for an actual “About Me” as published in the 2009 Georgia Tech Undergraduate Recruitment Viewbook.


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