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Why I got into Bachelor of Information Sciences

In this video, I describe why I decided to change my major from Computer Information Technology to Bachelor of Information Sciences! (Please click on title to watch and access video.)

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“He wears it on his sleeve”

Wherever I go, it’s never anywhere where I am unaccompanied by my love of computer developing, as my shirt in this picture might suggest to you! As you might be able to guess from seeing this picture, I'm a movie buff. Not even that, however, crowds out my love of computer coding!

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Proud to stand with a hero of computer coding

To my left is Mr. Steve Bratcher. Mr. Bratcher is the man who created the coding academy at the primary campus of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC) in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. In addition to creating the academy, Mr. Bratcher made it free for students to attend! I believe his genius and compassionate creation has made it easier for people who want to be computer developers to follow their dreams. And will have a “trickle-down effect” on the in-demand profession of computer coding everywhere. read more

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What I want to do with my CIT/BIS degree

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How I got into Computer Information Technology

A brief “bio” of me telling how I got into Computer Information Technology! (Please click on title to access video.)

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Extracurricular achievements and recognition

A video presenting my extracurricular awards from high school, along with the “Most Outgoing” class award I won when I was a senior! (Please click on title to access video.)

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My school resume

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My work resume

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Hello world!

My name is Brandon Strassell. I am a major in Bachelor of Information Sciences (BIS) at Western Kentucky University (WKU). This website is my personal portfolio, and one that I hope will be of help to those who are aspiring and studying to become computer developers, as well as those who already have! Feel free to holler in the comments, and God bless you!