I’m a full-stack software engineer at Benchling. These days, I mostly focus on frontend tech, but I have a wide range of other interests: CS theory, math, compilers, distributed systems, software engineering, Android, and lots of other things.
Previously, I was at Khan Academy, where I worked on the infrastructure team. Among other things, I worked on the A/B testing framework and the API, and helped build the first version of the Android app.
Before that, I worked at Palantir, where I worked on improving scale (migrating from Oracle to a distributed database) and avoiding downtime (reworking the Reindex operation to work with the system up).
I also had internships at Mozilla and VMware.
I graduated from CMU in 2011 with a double major in computer science and math. I’m particularly proud of my senior thesis, although I probably won’t ever travel that far into theory land ever again.
I also wrote theproofistrivial.com.