I love exploring the boundaries of programming, often with Scala for its combination of functional and object-oriented concepts. I'm an incoming PhD student at UC Berkeley, supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
. Previously, I received my BS in Electrical Engineering at UC Berkeley, where I was awarded an EECS Major Citation
for outstanding undergraduate achievement. I've interned at Google Brain
, Apollo GraphQL
, Khan Academy
, and Paya Labs
working with technologies such as GraphQL, React.js, Rust, and Scala.js to develop open-source libraries, educational platforms, and backend infrastructure.
I host many open-source libraries and projects on GitHub
, and have a channel on YouTube
. I've presented a keynote at OSCON 2014
and at Scala Days (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
), GraphQL Summit
, Scale By the Bay
, and various other technical conferences. In high school, I was the Co-President of Lynbrook Robotics
, where I led a competitive robotics team of over 100 students. I continue to be involved with the team, where I focus on introducing students to advanced control theory topics and software design principles.