I first started "coding" in elementary school, when I was exposed to Scratch.
Ever since then, I've fallen in love with the field. I've explored what can be done by picking up many different languages and creatively implementing computer science solutions to my problems, some of which are described in the Portfolio section of this website. I love the ways in which computer science lets me convert my imagination to reality. Contact me if you need help converting yours.
A second love of mine is guitar. I started learning in 2011, and initially was too young to like it. But ever since 2017 after I got my first electric guitar, it has blossomed into an important hobby of mine.
Part of EECS 16A course staff. Working 8 hours a week to help ~100 students in two sections with circuits/control labs.
Exploring the intersection of cars and CS to help build racecar for 120+ university competition. I improved performance of simulations by 50% and upgraded aero model to inform mechanical design of 7 subteams.
I'm working with ~15 student team to maintain Berkeley's leading open source course discovery/research platform, used by 10k+ students. Currently working on updating legacy Django code to Express/Typescript for increased performance use with GraphQL and MongoDB, using Kuberenetes for deployment. Recently, I boosted performance by around 10x with custom Redis caching scripts.
Collaborating in team of 8 to manage 150+ student employees with nightly shifts.
Passed Guitar Rock and Pop Examination Grade 8 with Distinction
Passed Classical Guitar Grade 5 with Merit