I was most recently a Software Engineer for Algorand, where I worked on programmability, smart-contract languages, client libraries, and developer infrastructure for Web3 apps. I am broadly interested in
software engineering, distributed systems, and blockchain. I am also interested in Computer Science education, and frequently teach as an Adjunct in the Boston area.
Prior to this, I was a graduate student at the University of Toronto's Department of Computer Science, where I worked with Prof. Fan Long. I was also briefly at Google and Amazon where I worked in the Global Networking group, AWS DynamoDB, and IoT Core.
Outside of work, I like playing my trombone, kicking around soccer balls, and skimming self-help books.
You can reach me by email or on LinkedIn if you'd like to talk!
In a team of 4, I worked on the backend for a matching/hangout suggestion app to help those with social anxiety. We deployed the backend on GCP Cloud Functions (serverless) and integrated it with Firestore. Our project received Telus' Best Mental Health Hack and 2nd place overall at UoftHacks VIII.
Check us out on Devpost!
In a team of 4, I developed a face-tracking video recording app for my capstone project. We used FaceNet and PoseNet, hosted on an EC2 instance, to recognize the speakers' faces and detect gesture-based commands. To communicate with the neural nets, we used AWS IoT to receive real-time commands from the EC2 and relay them to an Arduino motor with a smartphone mount.
You can see a demo of the project here: Google Drive