I am an intensely passionate student, currently studying Computer Science and Linguistics at the University of Toronto. I work part-time as a backend engineer and am always tinkering and reading. I am passionate about software as the tool to build a better future.
My main interests in school are in computational linguistics as well as languages and compilers. I am a TA for Theory of Computation and the Technical Director of the Math and Computer Science Society, helping students to bridge the gap between theory and implementation by mentoring them during the development process.
Out of school, I have experience developing production software in teams small to large. I enjoy making small web projects as well as exploring many other areas of computer science. These range from language design, to physics simulations, to blockchain, and beyond. I have a love of all things food and cooking and I am always listening to or making music.
Whether for school or work, for a hackathon, or just for fun, I am constantly working on projects I find interesting. Here are just a few of my favorites. Click around for details.
The world's smartest, most dynamic cookbook
An n-body simulation illustrating the formation of galaxies
An online learning community built on the blockchain
Super secure messaging applying 2-FA to anything
My very own esoteric programming language
Tailored, local tracking and news for Covid-19
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