Year: 2023

Wrapping up

As I conclude this semester in the field of computer systems engineering, I find myself in a reflective state, contemplating the incredible journey I’ve embarked upon. Opting for this specialization was a significant decision for me, one that has profoundly shaped my identity and perspective within the tech industry. Throughout this semester, I’ve delved deeply…Continue Reading Wrapping up

engsci life

Hi everybody! So sad that this will be my last post as a Part II Blogger 馃槶 I’m really going to miss giving really insightful (?) insight (??) to the internet, but I hope you will enjoy this last post, and hopefully will answer any of your remaining questions (<- so hopefully I’ll see you…Continue Reading engsci life

Byezers BME Blog!

Ahh, finally time to say goodbye to this blog and to being Part Two! I’m so proud of all of us for surviving…ish… and for serving academic excellence 馃拝 Ahaha, I’m sure we’re all more than ready to move onto greener pastures. Note: Heard word from a lil’ birdie that you readers want to see…Continue Reading Byezers BME Blog!

Beginnings and Endings

Contents Preamble I was having trouble coming up with a title, but then I remembered last year, reading a couple of Cecilia Wang’s blog posts from the Inside World. I recall really enjoying them, and I would highly recommend checking them out if you haven’t! As a way to pay homage, I thought I鈥檇 use…Continue Reading Beginnings and Endings

Q & A With Hazim !!

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog! In today’s post, I have a special treat lined up鈥攁n exclusive interview with the lecturer many of you adore from the memorable (for better or worse) Part I course, ENGGEN121. Fun fact: if you were all ears during his inaugural ENGGEN121 lecture, you’d recall that he’s an…Continue Reading Q & A With Hazim !!

Wrap up: exam season

No, it’s not a nightmare; it’s just that time of year again 鈥 your first year of engineering studies at the University of Auckland is about to wrap up, and it’s time to face those semester two exams. If you’re feeling a mixture of anticipation and anxiety, you’re not alone. But here’s the good news:…Continue Reading Wrap up: exam season