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JASON LEE, NU senior studying computer science

College: Northwestern University

Major: Computer Science

Year of Graduation: 2012

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am currently a senior at NU studying computer science.

My focus is on systems and security, and also have a good background in interfaces.

I occasionally compete in programming competitions and security competitions. I also organize gaming competitions for the Northwestern chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (computer science organization).

I will be working in Redmond, Washington for Microsoft after graduation.

Past Classes

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X192: Introduction to Cryptography in Splash 2012 (Mar. 31, 2012)
Have you ever wondered how computers keep your information safe on the internet? Or how the Greeks and Romans kept their secret information out of the hands of the barbarians? Do you ever wonder how the Enigma machine really worked? If you said yes to any of these, this class is for you! We will look at the history of cryptography from ancient times to the modern day. Who knows, you might even learn how to break codes yourself.

M193: Open Source and You! in Splash 2012 (Mar. 31, 2012)
Heard of Android? Firefox? Ubuntu? Arduino? Ever felt that software should be free? Was there a time that you wanted to adapt something and make it better? Want to find out about the growing community that is open source? Learn about the open source movement, current open source projects, and the trends as two computer science students see it!