Devshree Bharatia is a TA for CS 6290: High Performance Computer Architecture. Keep reading to learn more about Devshree!
What do you do professionally?
I am a master's student at Georgia Tech, Atlanta Campus. My major is computer science, and I am specializing in machine learning. Prior to my master's degree,. I worked for two years as a software developer back in India. Recently, this summer, I interned at Walmart's headquarters as a SWE III intern. Professionally, I am driven to use my domain knowledge to solve real-world industry problems.
Why do you TA for OMSCS?
Currently, I am the TA for CS 6290: High Performance Computer Architecture. I love TAing for OMSCS courses, as I have an innate passion for teaching. Being a master's student myself, I understand the difficulties students encounter when finishing their assignments or projects. Additionally, I am aware of how crucial it is to assist students in grasping fundamental concepts at an early stage, in addition to boosting their confidence. This knowledge will also enable them to assess and resolve complex use-cases in the future.
What is your advice for future OMSCS students?
My advice to future students of OMSCS would be to take up courses and complete any work assigned to them with the utmost dedication and sincerity. Although the curriculum offered at Georgia Tech is undoubtedly challenging, it is this rigorous curriculum that will help you consistently grow and flourish in your respective domains.
What's your best study hack?
One of my best secret study hacks is that when I want to learn a very difficult concept, after reading about it, I try to explain it to any one of my friends. In this process, the questions they ask help to further strengthen my conceptual understanding and comprehension of the topic, thus helping to permanently engrave the concept into my mind.