Ryan Pepper

“This is why I wanted to develop software, to help people achieve something. It sounds cliché, it sounds like the Silicon Valley ‘Make the world a better place,’ but that’s true, that’s exactly what I wanted to do, which is make tools that help people live and work better.”—Jerry Fengwei Zhang, fourth-year software engineering student and Developer 30 Under 30 winner.

“It’s a good opportunity to get your work out there and it’s really hard, especially when you’re an undergrad, people don’t know how to get themselves published—we actually have a place at the university that offers people that and nobody knows about it.”—Hayley Munro, OAR editorial assistant.

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