I'm Claire Charron, a third-year Computer Science and Computational Mathematics student at the Rochester Institute of Technology. I'm also an SI leader, tutor, and the current president of the RIT Linux Users Group. I program to solve interesting problems, and I work as a tutor to help others solve theirs.
I love many fields, and my favourites tend to vary. I particularly love linguistics and languages; I'm fluent in English and French, take courses in Japanese, and I've attempted to learn every offered language on Duolingo at least once. I'm also fascinated by operating systems, and how they're so, so broken, but always manage to be there when we need them. I try to absorb as much knowledge as I can, because you never know when it might be useful later.
If you'd like to contact me, feel free to send a message.