As I traverse the path of my life, I realize that from initial perplexity to present clarity, every intricate choice has sculpted the contours of who I am today. Once "misguided" into electronic information, attempting to "escape" hardware for a focus solely on software, I finally comprehended that as a computer engineer, proficiency in both realms is the ultimate pursuit. Life, I believe, isn't a destination but a spectacular journey of exploration and realization. Steve Jobs' speech at Stanford deeply resonated with me. His words, "You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward," made me understand that life's choices and experiences might seem scattered amidst confusion, yet upon reflection, they become invaluable experiences. Furthermore, "The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle." These words have become a guiding light on my journey forward. I treasure each moment, holding onto the belief of "Thinking differently and achieving greatness." My stint at Megatronix, within the cockpit department, allowed me to comprehend that computer science requires not just software skills but also a grasp of hardware. This experience has further clarified my career aspirations. Now, as a student delving deeper into computer studies, I aspire to apply my knowledge to operating system development and the utilization of TinyML in resource-constrained devices, believing it will contribute to a brighter future for humanity. I respect and cherish diverse cultures. Currently, I am seeking an internship or full-time position related to operating systems and TinyML. I aim to contribute my skills to your team. Should you find my profile suitable for your esteemed company, I would greatly appreciate your consideration. Thank you for taking the time to delve into my story.

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