Philosopher Turned Software Engineer
San Francisco Bay Area
Currently a Software Engineering Intern at Learn to Win!
I have a passion for using critical thinking and analytic reasoning
to tackle difficult questions and problems. Before software engineering,
I came from an extensive academic background in philosophy, which included
a master’s degree from the University of Oxford and teaching experience
in philosophy & logic.
My enthusiasm for problem-solving turned me to programming. After
learning on my own, I decided to become a software
engineer. I eventually attended App Academy, a rigorous full stack
web development program. As a full stack developer, I now
enjoy using technologies such as React, React Native, Redux, Express, NodeJS, and
Laravel but I am always looking to learn more!
Outside of programming and philosophy, I enjoy manually
brewing my own coffee and following the NBA, especially
my hometown Warriors.
React | Redux | Rails | PostgreSQL | AWS S3
Full stack clone of LinkedIn, where users can create their own profiles, connect with other users, view
companies within their network, and make posts/comments on a news feed.
A visual and interactive implementation of Einstein's famous logic puzzle, which displays houses
for a user to change color or to drag & drop items into. Tracks
whether user's moves are logically consistent with the clues given.