Austin's ePortfolio


My name is Austin Sampson, I’m currently enrolled at Marietta as an IS major. I’m interested in new technologies and computers and I thought that this major would be perfect for me. I transferred from Washington State Community College and I’m currently a Junior. I’m a native Ohioan and I live about thirty minutes away in a small town called Waterford. I’m a huge fan of programming and video games. My life at Marietta has been exciting and busy. I constantly have some sort of project going on, be it programming or something else.

I made this Blog to act as my online portfolio, as it includes my resume and several work samples that I’ve completed during my time here at Marietta. All the links to the other pages can be found on the top right bar, or scroll down for links and descriptions.

Currently my plans after college involve me sending out my application to several potential employers, especially those in the web or video game departments. The two that come to my mind is Google or Valve. If I had to choose a dream company, it would be either one of them.

Here’s a brief overview of the sections of my ePortfolio.

My work samples section shows off some of the things that I’ve done in my programming classes, such as working with graphical user interfaces and different types of data structures.

My resume section covers my past work experiences along with my education and skills. So far I’ve worked at the College as an IT Assistant and at Duke Energy.

The courses taken section goes over some of the relevant courses I’ve previously taken and shows a few of the ones I’m interested in taking.

Finally, my last section is on my interests. It covers what I’m doing in my off time and looks at my major life interests.

If you need to get in touch with me, or want to know more, add me as a friend on Facebook or email me here, or here.

Looking for something?

Use the form below to search the site:

Still not finding what you're looking for? Drop a comment on a post or contact us so we can take care of it!


May 2018
« Apr    


All entries, chronologically...