UC Berkeley Computer Science Student
Projects & Experience
Software Engineering Intern at BeenVerified Inc.
React and D3). I have been working in Engineering at
BeenVerified since June 2017.
President of Software Engineering
on Team 694 robotics.
As president, I
- created and oversaw projects for two dozen students
- taught Java and computer vision and developed tooling to facilitate that
- used agile development practices, with mentorship from software engineers
Head of Computer Vision
for Team 694
's 2016 robot
. Successfully built vision-guided routines,
for the first year in the team's history, which exceeded
human drivers in accuracy and speed of shooting goals. Watch
DEStiny cross an obstacle, find the target, and score a goal in
at the China Robotics Challenge
a mobile game written in JS.
a mobile game, based on Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and
, in which the player is faced with a series
of randomly-selected minigames based on the book.
a 1D-kinematics simulator written in ClojureScript (made in 2015). The user can select
a preset motion curve or draw their own, and then
observe how the position, velocity and acceleration of an object
with that motion changes over time.
hosts the code of many of my side-projects (including more recent ones).
I am studying computer science at University of California at
Berkeley. Since Summer 2017 I have been an engineering intern
(with React and D3), and Ruby on Rails.
In 2017 I ran the Software Engineering department of Stuyvesant
HS's FIRST robotics team, Team
694. Team 694 works extensively to help other teams in
FIRST and to spread STEM, for which it has been awarded
the Engineering Inspiration award and
the Chairman's Award several times. They have a "Fix It
crew" dedicated to aiding other teams while at competition, and
have year after year bootstrapped new teams at the China
Robotics Challenge. The older students and mentors train all
new members, most of whom begin as freshmen with no experience.
In 2016, Team 694 became the only team in NYC to have reached
Einstein, the highest bracket of the world
championship. The team is student-run and self-funded.