I'm a junior at the University of Maryland, College Park. I study computer science, mathematics, and business analytics. I spent the last fall as a software engineer intern at Facebook, working informative data analysis on their open-source project Nuclide, an Atom package providing the capabilities of a lightweight IDE.
I love anything related to data - large-scale analytics, data engineering, distributed analysis, and applied machine learning.
During this spring semester, I lecture a pragmatic 1-credit class - CMSC389K: Full-stack Web Development w/ Node.js. I'm really excited to help the push for more progressive education through student-taught courses at the University of Maryland. I am also a teaching assistant for CMSC216 - Introduction to Computer Systems.
I help organize Bitcamp, UMD's flagship hackathon and the largest on the East Coast. This year, I'm leading all the marketing and branding efforts. As a fellow hacker, I'm always looking to expand my growing portfolio of hackathon projects!
For fun, I enjoy tinkering with my guitar and piano. I frequently find myself dreaming about surmounting the world's most difficult hikes. Next on my bucket list is the Cactus to Clouds Hike!