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Topic # 23660 5-Jul-2008 23:22
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Sorry i didn't do this sooner.

Hey, I'm 16, a high-school student, who loves science and tech, and my job at Foodtown (Checkouts FTW). At school, I do Chem, Physics, Bio, Maths and *sighs* English (Damned uni entrance). I Only have 1 3/4 years at school left, then plan to do a bachelor of computer science at Auckland.

Once i leave Uni, I plan to move to San Francisco and do an intern ship at SUN (where my mum works as an SE manager), Google or HP. Can't wait.

I love mobile technology, Have a Vodem and nice laptop, a Sharp GX17 phone that's so battered, I couldn't give it away, a PSP and a Game boy Colour.

I love mac stuff, and envy my mums Mac Book pro, I CANNOT WAIT FOR THE IPHONE!

About all I can think about for now, Thanks for taking the time to bother reading, as most of you probably don't care.

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  Reply # 143317 6-Jul-2008 10:10
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  Reply # 143318 6-Jul-2008 10:20
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Welcome to Geekzone!

Seems like you have heaps to look forward to after uni!:)

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Reply # 143320 6-Jul-2008 10:24
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Welcome to Geekzone.  Great to see you've got a plan of where you want to go...

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  Reply # 143344 6-Jul-2008 13:02
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Great stuff, welcome to Geekzone...




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