Thank you for visting.

My name is LooseCarrot.

I’m Japanese writer, so it should be lot of mistakes in the sentence on this blog.

Career: studied liberal arts now, SE

University age

I am from a four-year university with a deviation of about 50.

I belonged to an international department.

Because of that influence, I studied abroad in a university in the United States, and I was a backpacker in Southeast Asia.


SE(System engineer) of IT company.

The reason for starting a blog

moved by the helpfulness of someone

When I was in university, I belonged to a circle that supports exchange student studies.

The trigger is that I realized that I could influence someone.

I needed a TOEFL test score to study abroad, so I studied accordingly.

After returning home, I used to study the method and trouble for the students who wanted to study abroad by making use of the experience.

The number of people I supported was around 10.

One of them scored high in the test and she was selected as an exchange student.

I knew that she was married to the local students in Australia after she graduated from university, and was a little moved by the fact that my little experience could have a big impact on someone’s life.

I like writing sentences unexpectedly

While I was a student, I submitted reports and papers a lot of times.

Setting up my own temporary, repeated my research, and spent time writing documents.

It was fun to write that way.

And the evaluations of reports had been quite good.

That is also the reason.

The title of “studied liberal arts, but I’m SE, so what?”

I got DM from Twitter like this.

I think that it is wrong to divide it into two, humanities and sciences in the first place.
By the way, I was literary but I was good at mathematics.

Let me expalain the title “studied liberal arts, but I’m SE, so what?”

I feel that many people think that only people who are good at science and mathematics can be SE.

I’m often asked that at a class reunion.

I feel like people miss the opportunity to step into the IT industry with such an assumption.

IT technology development including AI etc. is very fast, so I think a lot of human resources are needed for it.

As for AI technology, I am a complete layman.

I would like to make an article and tell someone that it is not impossible to program even if she graduated from a humanities course.

To everyone who came

Particularly, I am not successful normal person.

Such experience goes around on the internet and hopefully ,it will be useful for someone.

Ordinary person will send out from the perspective of ordinary person.

I hope that it will be good information for someone.