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Background: I was born just outside Vancouver, Canada. Moved to the bay area when I was 11 months old and then to Seattle when I was 7 so I’m about as “west coast” as they come. I went to UW for undergrad where I studied Electrical Engineering (embedded systems) but TA’d 143 for 9 quarters so I decided to go full software post graduation. I have had a lot of different and weird tech jobs since graduation but teaching is my true love so I teach AP Computer Science A at Franklin High School in addittion to 373 and my day job.
Converstion Starter: Let’s talk tech careers! Other less tech specific obsessions: my 1969 VW bus, camping, Disneyland, drag & burlesque, training service dogs
Background: After spending a couple of years as a Software Developer at a revenue management company in India, I joined UW to study Machine Learning in 2019. I am currently working at the intersection of Medicine and Image processing.
Background: Hi! I am a fifth year BS/MS student in the Allen School working on my Masters. I am interested in computer security and privacy and distributed systems currently doing research on voice assistants. Apart from all these fun interests, I love cooking and partner dancing - Swing, Tango and Salsa (which I have sadly not been able to enjoy so much this year).
Background: I am a fifth year PhD student researching Human-Robot Interaction and Accessibility in the Allen School and a member of UAW Local 4121. Before grad school, I worked for 3 years as a professional software developer, primarily coding in Java and Python. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Colby College in 2012. In my spare time, I like practicing circus arts, including aerial fabric.