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Chloe i

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Garden Grove, CA, USA


Last updated October 26, 2020

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Who I Am  

A Little About Me

If you don’t live your days by goals and plans, chances are that you spend most of your time caught in a flurry of day-to-day activities. Ever felt that your days are passing you by without any tangible output? What did you accomplish in the past month? What are your goals for the next three months? Look at the things that you have been doing and the things that you’re planning to do next — do they mean anything to you if you are to die today? Having a bucket list reminds you of what’s really important to you so that you can act on them.Even if you live by goals or to-do lists, they are probably framed within a social context, e.g. performance, career, health. A bucket list opens up the context for your life. It’s a list to identify everything you’ve ever wanted to do, whether it’s big or small, purposeful or random. It’s just like planning all the highlights for YOUR life. ? Even though I already set goals by default, I still found many new things to do while writing on my own list. It was an incredibly insightful exercise. What’s more, coming up with my list gave me new-found enthusiasm knowing what I have planned ahead for my life!The objective of creating this list isn’t to create some fear-based mentality toward death. I don’t see our existence to be limited to our physical years on Earth — our physical lifespan is but a short speck of our existence in the universe. The whole point of creating a bucket list is to maximize every moment of our existence and live our life to the fullest. It’s a reminder of all the things we want to achieve in our time on Earth so that instead of spending our time on pointless things, we direct it toward things that matter to us.

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If you don’t live your days by goals and plans, chances are that you spend most of your time caught in a flurry of day-to-day activities. Ever felt that your days are passing you by without any tangible output? What did you accomplish in the past month? What are your goals for the next three months? Look at the things that you have been doing and the things that you’re planning to do next — do they mean anything to you if you are to die today? Having a bucket list reminds you of what’s really important to you so that you can act on them.Even if you live by goals or to-do lists, they are probably framed within a social context, e.g. performance, career, health. A bucket list opens up the context for your life. It’s a list to identify everything you’ve ever wanted to do, whether it’s big or small, purposeful or random. It’s just like planning all the highlights for YOUR life. ? Even though I already set goals by default, I still found many new things to do while writing on my own list. It was an incredibly insightful exercise. What’s more, coming up with my list gave me new-found enthusiasm knowing what I have planned ahead for my life!The objective of creating this list isn’t to create some fear-based mentality toward death. I don’t see our existence to be limited to our physical years on Earth — our physical lifespan is but a short speck of our existence in the universe. The whole point of creating a bucket list is to maximize every moment of our existence and live our life to the fullest. It’s a reminder of all the things we want to achieve in our time on Earth so that instead of spending our time on pointless things, we direct it toward things that matter to us.

What I Do  

Professional Experience

Intern

Feb 2011 - Present
The objective of creating this list isn’t to create some fear-based mentality toward death. I don’t see our existence to be limited to our physical years on Earth — our physical lifespan is but a short speck of our existence in the universe. The whole point of creating a bucket list is to maximize every moment of our existence and live our life to the fullest. It’s a reminder of all the things we want to achieve in our time on Earth so that instead of spending our time on pointless things, we direct it toward things that matter to us.

Jan 2010 - Present
If you don’t live your days by goals and plans, chances are that you spend most of your time caught in a flurry of day-to-day activities. Ever felt that your days are passing you by without any tangible output? What did you accomplish in the past month? What are your goals for the next three months? Look at the things that you have been doing and the things that you’re planning to do next — do they mean anything to you if you are to die today? Having a bucket list reminds you of what’s really important to you so that you can act on them.
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Professional Organizations

Intern

Jan 2011 - Jan 2012
The objective of creating this list isn’t to create some fear-based mentality toward death. I don’t see our existence to be limited to our physical years on Earth — our physical lifespan is but a short speck of our existence in the universe. The whole point of creating a bucket list is to maximize every moment of our existence and live our life to the fullest. It’s a reminder of all the things we want to achieve in our time on Earth so that instead of spending our time on pointless things, we direct it toward things that matter to us.

Intern

Jan 2020 - Present

What I Stand For  

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Non-Profits

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Volunteer Experience

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Jan 2020 - Jan 2020
WordPress.com is a hosted version of the open-source software WordPress.org. It is a commercial project that offers a free trial option with upgrades for premium plans and custom domains. According to our blogging survey, it’s one of the most popular hosted blogging platforms out there. If you are an absolute beginner with no coding skills or technical knowledge, but you want to build your blogging site, WordPress.com is the perfect platform for you. I recommend this software to all new bloggers as a good starting point. The online publishing software is free to use (but your blog name will be formed as a subdomain and look like this – yourblogname.wordpress.com), and you can test it out after you create an account on WordPress.com. This gives you a unique opportunity to try the software before you decide to upgrade for premium plans. With the upgrade, you will be able to set up a custom domain and use the advanced features.
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Jan 2020 - Present
WordPress.com is a hosted version of the open-source software WordPress.org. It is a commercial project that offers a free trial option with upgrades for premium plans and custom domains. According to our blogging survey, it’s one of the most popular hosted blogging platforms out there. If you are an absolute beginner with no coding skills or technical knowledge, but you want to build your blogging site, WordPress.com is the perfect platform for you. I recommend this software to all new bloggers as a good starting point. The online publishing software is free to use (but your blog name will be formed as a subdomain and look like this – yourblogname.wordpress.com), and you can test it out after you create an account on WordPress.com. This gives you a unique opportunity to try the software before you decide to upgrade for premium plans. With the upgrade, you will be able to set up a custom domain and use the advanced features.
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What Inspires Me  

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Bucket List  

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We are looking for a Windows developer who can create an application which ingests a list of rules (from a local HTTP API server) and applies them to the system. These rules will specify conditions which must be met for an executable to be run, and will block all others (non-matching executables) from running.We don't have any particular requirements in terms of implementation strategy or framework, but this software must not cause interruptions to the system (beyond any caused by the rules themselves) -- for example, restarting the machine must not be needed to enforce the rules.We don't have any particular requirements in terms of implementation strategy or framework, but this software must not cause interruptions to the system (beyond any caused by the rules themselves) -- for example, restarting the machine must not be needed to enforce the rules.We are looking for a Windows developer who can create an application which ingests a list of rules (from a local HTTP API server) and applies them to the system. These rules will specify conditions which must be met for an executable to be run, and will block all others (non-matching executables) from running.We don't have any particular requirements in terms of implementation strategy or framework, but this software must not cause interruptions to the system (beyond any caused by the rules themselves) -- for example, restarting the machine must not be needed to enforce the rules.We don't have any particular requirements in terms of implementation strategy or framework, but this software must not cause interruptions to the system (beyond any caused by the rules themselves) -- for example, restarting the machine must not be needed to enforce the rules.

Education  

School

Litt.M. – Master of Letters, xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jan 2015 - 2016

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A.A. – Associate of Arts, teset

Jan 2011 - 2015
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Clubs and Communities

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Member

Jan 2020 - Present
Traveling — it’s the single best activity that exposes you to new cultures, broaden your mind, move out of your comfort zone, allow you to meet new people, and experience the wonders of the world. I’m a strong advocate of traveling and have in fact traveled widely around the world in the past years. In 2011, I went on a 7-month non-stop trip around Europe and U.S. where I met PE readers from around the world and held PE readers meetup in London, London again, New York, and Los Angeles. I’ve subsequently been to Kuala Lumpur, India, South Africa, Hong Kong, Scotland, and Hong Kong where I held PE reader meetups in all of them (except India). All in all, I’ve spent about 50% of my time between 2011 to 2013 traveling! I look forward to visiting new places such as South America, Canada, Japan, Korea, and New Zealand moving forward. How about you? What new countries would you like to visit? Here are some traveling resources:

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