It is almost a decade since I started learning computer science, as long as you agree to consider coding as part of it.
Technically this is not a field that I am most good at. But from a naive high-school dream of becoming a game developer, I've obviously developed my career here. Luckily I am still enjoying working in this field, as it is really cool to build something with my hands, or simply give computers orders to solve my problems. (But of course it sucks to debug all day long or to work on something "unsolvable"..)
Well I would never deny that I am lucky to study and work in a field that is one of the most promising and fast-developing realms today. (No offense but) I am proud to be different from those who change their majors simply for lucrative careers.
See below for some of my experience.
Internship. Summer 2013.
"I'm with Mike."
This is all about JNI.
The start of "security".
Internship. Summer 2009
The last show of ASP.NET.