My name is Patrick Niyongabo. I am a Rwandan presidential scholar and a Computer Science student minoring in International Business at Hendrix College.
I spent the Spring Semester of 2016 studying abroad in England at Nottingham Trent University. You can read more about my study abroad experience here.
Before college, I attended Petit Séminaire Saint Jean Nkumba for 6 years. That is 3 years of Middle School plus 3 years of High School spent studying at the same boarding school.
As a senior CompSci student and an aspiring internet entrepreneur, I am always learning and doing all I can to become the best software engineer || full-stack developer out there.
My hobbies include traveling, reading, designing stuff, blogging, tweeting, coding, playing Fútbol, et cetera! I like to think that the list of my hobbies is a never-ending one.
Bachelor in Computer Science, 2017
ISEP Semester Abroad, Spring 2016
Nottingham Trent University
High School Diploma, 2012
Petit Séminaire Saint Jean Nkumba
Inspired by my senior thesis at Hendrix, this is an open source project on English - Kinyarwanda statistical machine translation and rule-based machine translation.
An attempt to explore how the Rwandan society is evolving over time by using photojournalism and social media as tools.
I use this blog as my go-to personal space to express myself online. Typical posts include lyrics, quotes, Instagram photos, and poetry pieces.
I used this blog to document my adventures during the 2016 spring semester that I spent studying abroad in England. I posted on a weekly basis.
This is my personal blog. I use it to write about my life in general and to keep up with trends in Design, Tech, and Social Media.