Talha Chowdhury
Talha Chowdhury

Talha Chowdhury

Currently Looking for a Product Management Internship for Summer 2023.
 
A pet project I work on to give back to the community 🔜 

Hey There!

I am Talha, currently studying at Bennington College. I’m a Product Enthusiast who codes occasionally & reads avidly.
I would be at my best if, someday, I get to create/lead a product that influences millions across the globe.
 

👨‍🎓 Education


Bennington College
Presidential Scholarship Holder
Computer Science Tutor
 
talhachy@bennington.edu
☠️

 

🛠️ Skills & Tools


 
  • Java, C, C++, Python, HTML, CSS, SQL, JavaScript, LISP, Scheme, XML, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Apache Airflow, AWS
  • Git, Android Studio, Visual Studio Code, Oxygen, Alan AI, Firebase, Linux, WSL2, Windows, MacOS, Notion, Figma, Microsoft Office, G-suite
  • Object Oriented Programming, Functional Programming, Compilers, RESTful API, MVC, SDLC, Agile, SCRUM
 
An interesting fact about me 💡
I've studied in 13 institutions with 3 different curricula only to study 8.5 classes.🤦‍♂️
 
 
 
Projects & Competitions
 

Words That Describe Me 🅰️🅱️
Entrepreneur, Leader, Risk-taker, Determined, & Wanna-be-pool-shark

 

🐼 Things I love to do


📚 Reading
I discovered a while ago, I'm best described by the word Tsundoku—a Japanese word describing persons who own plenty of unread literature. I like to skim some online articles as part of my daily routine. I share the bests in my Facebook timeline.
🎬 Movies & Series
Yep, something that works like oxygen for me amid tedious workload. Genres: mostly hardcore action, mystery, & fantasy. Movies will come and go but a movie I'll keep re-watching is—Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift (2015); I have a cool poster of the movie in my room.
 
🤛 Hacking Contests
I am the happiest when I get to solve a challenging problem: solo or as a team. So if you know a cool hackathon or techfest happening around, invite me.
🙅 Hangout with Friends
Every second with friends is an eternal blessing.
 

✍️ Blogs


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⌛ Notice Board


👨‍💼
This world of programming is held together by code. Millions and millions of lines of code. Nobody knows how much there is. Some of it is more than 30 years old, some less than a week, and chances are you used parts of both yesterday.
 
 
 
 

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