I came to the United States to study M.B.A., and saw a personal computer for the first time. When I learned how to use a word processor, Word Star, I found that it was more convenient and powerful than the traditional typewriter. Since then, I fell for computers and software, and eventually changed my study to computers - programming and applications, because I thought that computers would dominate the entire business world in the near future. Now, my expectation came true due to the wide-spread of the Internet.
My main interest in the information technology has been a programming, such as COBOL, BASIC, C++, Java, etc., and love to teach the basics of a programming language. After more than 30 years passed since I first met a personal computer, I am still amazed at all the technology newly-developed today. Information technology became an essential infrastructure in any industries, so all King students should be familiar with information technology, regardless of their major field of study.