Chain.courses is an open-source Blockchain course which closes the gap between the innovation in the Blockchain industry and the existing educational resources about Blockchain Gatsby, Gitbook, Blockchain.
The Whale Protocol is a study around how to enact fees on cryptocurrencies to prevent users from using a given cryptocurrency for value or speculation investment, instead using it only for day-to-day transactions.
Mentored a team of early career Software Engineers to teach them about Blockchain and Software Engineering. The project I came up with for the mentees was to create a deflationary Cryptocurrency on the Tezos Blockchain. In a month, the team deployed a deflationary Cryptocurrency, wrote a whitepaper, and gave a tech talk on their project.
Shortened Abstract. We detail how the foundational equations with which Bancor determines reserves and prices is fundamentally flawed. We confirm the existence of price inaccuracies - specifically, price inaccuracies from distributed lag, and missing terms for price volatility and price shocks. Second, we derive an improved pricing formula which will more accurately represent the price of a given token with fewer arbitrage opportunities.R, Batch Scheduling, REST APIThis paper highlighted a vulnerability two months before it was exploited to hack $25m USD from the Bancor exchange.
Georgia Tech: Graduating soon with a M.S. in Computer Science
Specialization in AI :)
Wrapping up the program while working full-time at PayPal
I strongly recommend this program to anyone who is considering it: it is challenging, but worth it!
University of Washington: Left Graduate School
Still in the GT OMSCS :)
I decided to leave this program after two terms in order to take an internship at PayPal, where I later took a full time offer
Georgia Institute of Technology: Began Graduate School
Master's of Science in Computer Science
I decided to start the Georgia Tech program concurrently with the UW MSTI program, to help me learn more about Computer Science theory and improve my skills in the knitty-gritty underlying technology skills
University of Washington: Began Graduate School
UW Master's of Science in Technology Innovation, learning to create IoT devices
The UW MSTI program is essentially a product innovation program offered by University of Washington's Paul Allen School of Computer Science Engineering,
Foster School of Business, and HCDE School, all of which are top-ranked in their fields
Cornell University: Graduated with a B.A. in Economics
Started to get interested in tech through volunteering, organizing CS education events mostly reaching Title I students
High School Study Abroad: Germany, 1 year
Congress Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship Recipient
Lived with host families near Aachen/Köln
High School Study Abroad: France, 1 year
ASSE Scholarship Recipient
Lived with a host families near Lille & Geneva
Dual-Enrollment at Bellevue College
Completed ~90 college credits in political science and typical high school topics
Ran Model United Nations club for college
Participated in numerous international collegiate Model United Nations conferences
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Course: CS7637 Knowledge Based Artificial Intelligence
Graduate teaching assistant answering questions on Piazza,
and helping a group of 50 students with Artificial Intelligence projects
Automated part of the grading process for student code
Graduate Research Assistant
Academic Research with the Department of Computer Science & Engineering expanding an Autodesk Fusion 360 extension API for CAD of advanced tactile maps for the visually impaired.
Automating conversion of OpenStreetMap data into SVGs and 3D geospatial models using Python.
Program Manager, CodeDay
Program Manager, Consultant to Microsoft Philanthropies
Reached 4000+ students with Computer Science education
Got 3000+ students to pursue further Computer Science Studies
>70% of students from URM groups. 50% women, >60% Latinx/Black. >60% Title I students.
Tezos Commons Foundation
Seattle Lead Organizer
Organized multiple tech talk and networking events for the Tezos Commons Foundation in downtown Seattle to network and learn about Blockchain and Tezos.
Practice Makes Perfect
Technology Innovation Intern
Awarded grants from Entrepreneurship at Cornell and the Breitenbach Innovation Fund to work at an education startup regularly recognized by Forbes.
Designed and implemented automation tool for client acquisition based off company wide design lifecycles.
Strategy Analyst Intern
Performed market research on competitor firms
Created a comprehensive digital marketing plan and corresponding digital assets