I am an award-winning student at the University of Texas, Austin, and am working toward a bachelor of science in computer science. I have worked on several fascinating projects as a software intern, and am looking forward to a long career within the software engineering space.
I'm a recent graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. I am a software engineer at Facebook, and I enjoy working on projects on the side. I love trying new things and learning about new ways to solve problems.
I teach software engineering and work as a large-scale tech consultant. Since February 2016, I have partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, mentoring and coaching graduating students on their personal leadership skills.
My background is primarily in front-end development and rapidly building websites on short notice. I work closely with customers, and my focus is on making sure they have a first-class experience every step of the way.
I am a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, where I mostly concentrated my efforts on robotics and embedded systems. Since then, I've started -- and have been the lead developer for -- four companies. I am a freelance full-stack developer.
With a master of science in computational engineering from MIT, I am a full-stack developer with a focus on front-end technologies. Possessing a wide range of experience across enterprise technologies, I’m now passionate about developing innovative solutions for startups.
I’m a Harvard graduate with experience working for seed-stage, venture backed startups. I recently became a published academic computer science author in the field of databases. I’ve worked with web technologies for more than half of a decade, everything from mobile to stack.
Technologist, entrepreneur, chief engineer, and chief architect: just a few titles that have been attributed to me over the years. My abilities as a CEO and communicator provide a strong counter to my engineering background.