Conclusion: Thank You.
Hello everyone, and welcome back to my senior research blog. This will be the last entry in this series as I graduate Thursday and head to Lehigh University this August.
Firstly I want to thank Mr. Reyes for the help he gave me in my project. He provided unique support in bouncing off ideas and ensuring my goal were thorough and achievable. Before my project, he didn’t yet know the intimate workings of the blockchain so he held a unique perspective. He allowed me to talk through my ideas and learned alongside me. He taught me how to manage and build a project diligently, and I can not thank him enough for.
I hope to find a community centered around this topic in college and continue pursuing this field through my early career. This project taught me some valuable skills that I am very proud of. The coding I did within this project sharpened my Python skills to the point that I got a job for the summer as an online tutor for the topic. Additionally, I was invited back to my job from last summer as a TA for the Cornell Blockchain Bootcamp class supporting other Brooklyn high schoolers in learning the foundations of Blockchain.
I am very appreciative of not only this opportunity but also all of those who supported me in completing this project. I am very optimistic about my future in the years following high school. It will be a priority of mine to remember and reflect on all the lessons I have learned during my time at Basis Independent Brooklyn.
Thank you to everyone reading this. It has been my pleasure. Goodbye.