I am a student first, I care about my studies. Without doing well in school, I cannot end up in college studying software engineering. I am the son of two musicians (oboists, to be exact). They taught me to see beyond what is in front of me, and as a result, I am able to write amazing software. On an average day, I get home from school, do my homework and practice the oboe, then I hack (program) for five to seven hours. I have been doing this for about a year now.
I got into computers by jailbreaking my first iPod when I was 14. I got into UNIX and hacking. That eventually led to the replacement of a dated Windows machine to a brand new Mac. I got into iPhone development, and within weeks, I had my first app out, RestCounter. The whole time I had an iSomething, I was thinking "I want to write apps for this". Now that's what I do. I write apps for and rewrite iOS. I currently have a few apps out there (none of which I am totally proud of), but I am working on another app that is probably a bit better. Right now, my flagship app is SwiftLoad, a downloader and file manager for iOS. You should check it out.
I am the kind of person that is up for a challenge. I like to think, go beyond my limits, and come back with victory on my sword. And I have the experience to back myself up. I am only 16, but I have a year's experience, 6+ hours a day. I also get straight A's. Don't expect me to work full time, but I will work part time and get more accomplished than a full time worker.
Calculus in the context of programming
Intimate knowledge of Cocoa Touch and Objective-C
Knowledge of OAuth and REST API's'
Knowledge of literature and history
Vision (like a visionary)