My portfolio presents selections of my works and awards that I find noteworthy. These works are selected not only on the basis of the competency that they demonstrate, but also on my perception of their innate aesthetic value and beauty. I've separated these awards and works into categories that more or less align with specific disciplines of study. Most employers will likely be most interested in the first three categories, but I include the others because to omit my creative works and hide the universality of my approach is to paint an incomplete picture of who I am.
While I present many works, I do not present any credentials that directly hint at my innate talents. I prefer to let my work speak for itself.
Academic awards, accomplishments, activities, degrees, and research.
Programming credentials, programs I've written, programming research, etc.
My websites, freelance web design projects, and credentials related to web design.
My compositions and piano performances, including both recitals and concerts.
My digital art, poetry, and nontechnical writing. My photos are at myopicphotography.com, not here.
Accomplishments in the medical domain.