Introduction to me...
I was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and raised in Davis, California. My Puerto Rican roots explain why I love Bad Bunny (musician) and why I speak Spanish. Being from Davis explains why I have been surrounded by many opportunities and the attitude to take advantage of them.
🔥 → Raking leaves, sweeping the pool, why do I need to do these monotonous things? Fundamentally, these tasks are simple and yet it is still taking up time out of our day to get done. Why can’t we have robots work for us and save us the time that most of us would rather invest into other activities. I believe that there are many aspects of our lives that should be automated to allow us to focus on what’s really important to us. I am interested in solving problems through STEM and business, automation being one of them.
🗣️ → If the only perspectives that we could gain had to come from our own minds, we would surely all be fools. I believe that connecting to other peoples stories and perspectives is one of the most valuable things in order to develop ourselves as human beings.
🍊 → A durable outer shell and a flexible, tasty inner meat. These qualities allow oranges to be portable, long lasting, and supa-delicious. I bet you can’t name another fruit with the same awesomeness! They can also be used as balls for playing catch because they are so grippy.
View My Resume…
- Mike Corsetto, Systems Engineering Manager
- Tim Keller, Founder of Inventopia
- June Bayha, CEO @Bayha Group
- John Shinstock, Founder of Kody Technologies
- Scott Garberding, Chief Manufacturing Officer – Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (Retired) / MIT Sloan SM 1993
- Michael Hayes, Design Consultant > firstname.lastname@example.org
- The reading taught me the root principles of creating wealth. This consists of establishing a small magnitude of consistent income and paying ones self a portion before using it all on expenses. Then, one must invest a reasonable amount of their savings into relatively safe profitable endeavors.
- From this book, I learned the general concepts and ideas behind the theory of gravitation, conservation of energy, the relation of physics to other subjects, and quantum behavior.
- It really developed my appreciation and love for physics despite me having some disagreements for how Feynman organized information in the book.
- As mentioned, I was honestly a bit disappointed in the book. I anticipated Feynman to explain topics in, for lack of a better word, revolutionary way. The section in the book that precedes the actual written lectures gave me the sense that what I was going to read was going to be “revolutionary”. As I read through the book, the only sense of revolutionary that I got was that Feynman explained topics, somewhat, in casual speech. I disagreed with the way he explained topics such as…
- He would still occasionally use words that were not suited to the readers level of understanding.
- He would use metaphors that were a bit hard to follow in their relatability to the topic at hand.
- The way he organized the information of the whole book in terms of chapters seems random to me.
- This book goes into depth about the interview process at Google and what the interviewers are looking for. I learned a lot about how big tech companies think.
- I thought that the way they organized the information was slightly random. Despite this, you still get some good info through reading it.
📕📙📗Any book recommendations? Let me know