About

Currently a software engineer at Quip. Stanford Computer Science BS '13, MS '14.

Khan Academy, Summer 2013: Worked on the computer science platform, building structured.js and launching programming challenges. Created coding tutorial videos and wrote up teaching design guidelines. Also participated in a khanversation.

Palantir, Summer 2012: Part of a small team building out Code 33, the start of a fully-featured web client for Palantir's data analysis platform. The Palantir blog post has more, plus some nice screenshots.

Google, Summer 2011: Designed and built a stack trace clustering system to identify similar failures across bug reports and crashes to make it easier to put failures in context.

Interested in CS and social impact, finding connections in data, teaching CS, algorithms and data structures, gender balance in tech, algorithms and data structures, Philadelphia Eagles football, and interdisciplinary CS.

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