In the summer of 2016, I worked as a full-stack software engineering intern and implemented various features on Crowdcast's main platform. I built developed a robust analytics service, improved the core server architecture, and strengthened their current testing suite among others.
Technologies used: MEAN stack, WebRTC, Firebase, Jade, Sass
For the 2016-2017 academic year, I have been selected to represent Microsoft as their student partner at UCLA. I spearhead the promotion of Microsoft and its products through workshops, hackathon organizing, speaker series, and integration of all things Microsoft in the computer science community.
Throughout my senior year of highschool, I worked as a software engineering intern at Mobisocial Inc., a Stanford startup known for their fast-growing gaming network. I developed the Omlet Chat desktop client and expanded the Omlet API to be used in the Omlet Arcade.
Technologies used: Node.js, ReactJS, Flux, Omlet API
For the past five years, LA Hacks has continuously been one of the best hackathons on the West coast. As Director this year, I want to maintain and increase our standard of excellence by introducing competitive data and ideation tracks, collaborating with UCLA's strong design community, and further the technical difficulty of hacker submissions.
As the tech lead, I oversee all of BE's tech initiatives and manage our internal dev team. Our technology efforts revolve around the needs of the organization; we build and maintain our organization's website, construct internal tools, and do tech consulting for members in our organization.
In the Spring of 2016, Bruin Entrepreneurs started Creative Labs -- a creative design/development agency -- with the focus of bridging the gap between the two communities. Through weekly workshops/speakers and hand-selected project teams, we provide a place for designers and developers to freely learn new creative skills and technologies.
ACM Hack is the hacking oriented committe in UCLA's Association of Computing and Machinery (ACM). I lead and teach web/mobile workshops at our weekly Hack Nights. This year, we started Hack School -- a series of Web development lessons that teach students how to build a simple messenger app.
For people who don't actively check their Slack Notifications, they can spin up the Slack Notifier locally or on their preferred server and every hour it'll send the user a text message with all that hour's chat history.
Technologies used: Node.js, Slack API, Twillio API