I am an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. I expect to graduate in May 2015 with a B.S. in Computer Science and a minor in Machine Learning.
I am the Director of Technology for ScottyLabs, a student organization at CMU. We build tools and services to serve the campus community and organize events to help people make things, including TartanHacks. I've worked on Print@ScottyLabs, a email and mobile printing service, and APIs@CMU, a set of APIs for campus data.
Currently, I am working as a student researcher under Professor William Cohen of the Machine Learning Department in CMU's School of Computer Science. I work on projects related to NELL, a computer system that attempts to read the web.
When I'm not programming, I enjoy reading, trying to make good coffee, playing trumpet and listening to Christmas music year-round.
This summer, I will be a KPCB Engineering Fellow and an intern with UpThere in Palo Alto.
In the past, I have worked as a software development intern at Bloomberg in New York, where I did full-stack web development on (now defunct) BloombergBlack, an online wealth management service.