I'm a software engineer at Google with a knack for entrepreneurship. I design, build, and ship software that makes the world a better place.
I graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Computer Science in 2016. I've worked at a few places: Google, Mattermark, Madrona Venture Labs, Lenskart.com. Here's my Linkedin if you want to read more.
I was born in New Delhi, India and lived there until I was 18. I've since been in Seattle, WA.Quick Links: Work - Projects - Twitter - Github
I'm obsessed about some things and try to do them regularly. If you'd like to get to know me better, check them out.
Working on App Engine Flexible Environment under Google Cloud Platform.
Worked with the data and engineering teams to write large-scale data ingest pipelines, ship web app features and build visualizations for the blog.
Worked with the Google Mobile Platform Developer Relations team to produce an open source playground for Google Cloud Messaging using Go (Golang), Polymer and Android and iOS.
Worked with Madrona Venture Labs, a startup studio, to build ReplyYes.com - an ecommerce-over-text startup. Work included rapid prototyping in Rails and user testing.
Worked with the Street View (Maps) team to make the data ingest pipeline more reliable and faster (for data center uploads).
Worked as a Data Analyst and shipped two custom dashboards with realtime data streams using Tableau.
At the UW, I started the first, and the biggest, developer club - UW Hackers - to expose students to modern technology not present in the classroom. I also founded and lead the biggest student hackathon here - DubHacks (GeekWire coverage).
From Aug 2012 - Aug 2013, I assisted Jeff Huang as a Research Assistant. As part of the research, I collected data, ran statistical tests, visualized the findings and published a blog post about the results.
I started working on projects in the summer of 2013. You can check out my open source projects on Github. Here are some of the best ones:
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If you like what you see and would like to get in touch (I'm reasonably nice), please don't hesitate to do so.
I try to be very responsive through various channels and read everything inbound. If you have cool things to tell me, you can get in touch through the following ways (in decreasing order of preference/activity):