# Samir Godinez

Hello, my name is Samir, I'm from Nayarit, I'm 19 year old.
I'm studying Engineering Mechatronics (IMT), and I choosed this degree because I want to learn about programming, robotics, electronics, specially because it does not focus only in one area, maybe I mainly choosed it for that, because I wanted to study an engineering, but I dont wanted to focus only in one area, maybe this is the principal problem with mechatronics, that you know a little bit of everything but finally not enough of something. I think that I did a good option, I hope don't get surprised.
I'm really bad in sports, I don't play any instrument, I think that this is the correct moment to start to play some sport or an instrument because it's sadly don't do any of those things.
I really like the content in YouTube, it's amazing how you can learn about some topic in minutes, I don't like T.V. But I really enjoy to read, I read different books, but lately I just read comercial books like The Hunger Games, Looking for Alaska, and that type of young adults novels (guilty pleasure). But also I enjoy read historical books about Nazi holocaust.
Basicly this is a little introducing to my person. I am an open book, so maybe that's enought to know me.
#WSQ04

## #mastery07 improvement

In this video I show you how to use comments in C++ . I made this video to imprive my grade to two points.

## Use of comments in C++

<iostream>

using namespace std;

int main(){//Jorge Samir Godinez Lara 01/02/2015

int F,C;

cout <<"\nGive me the actual temperature in Farenheit and I'll convert to Celsius: "; //This is an output line, where I ask the user for Temperature

cin >>F; //This is the variable that I use to save Farenheit Temperature

C=5*(F - 32)/9; //This is the formula to convert Farenheit degrees to Celsius.

if (C >= 100){ //Here I establish conditional, for do something in case the Celsius temperature is over and/or equal 100 degrees.

cout<<"\nA temperature of: " <<F<< " degrees Farenheit is: " <<C<< " degrees Celsius "<<endl; // This is the output I gave to the user.

cout<<"\nWater boil at this temperature"<<endl; //The output where I said the water boil at this temperature.

}

else{

cout<<"\nA temperature of: " <<F<< " degrees Farenheit is: " <<C<< " degrees Celsius "<<endl; // This is the output I gave to the user.

cout<<"\nWater does not boil at this temperature"<<endl;//The output where I said the water  does not boil at this temperature.

}

return 0;

}