Senior Developer at Raizlabs
San Francisco, California
Developer by trade, but I add value any way I can.
Senior Software Developer|Jan, 2018 – Current
- Selected as Lead Android Developer on connected device project.
- Lead cross-coastal knowledge sharing effort among Android team of over 10 developers.
- Support open source effort to make codebases more consistent across Android projects.
- Mentor junior developers through regular one-on-ones.
Coauthor and Technical Editor|Dec, 2017 – Jun, 2018
- Wrote and edited Kotlin Apprentice, a book that teaches readers how to program with Kotlin.
Founder, Podcast Host, Writer|Sep, 2017 – Current
- Interview interesting people with a story to share.
- Publish thoughts, predictions, and recommendations on technology-related topics spanning from blockchain to finance.
Software Developer |Jul, 2015 – Dec, 2017
- Selected as Lead Android Developer where I oversaw 3 other developers on a project.
- Developed Android apps for 10+ clients ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies working in eCommerce, travel, retail, social networks, and connected devices.
- Liaised directly with client teams throughout development process; clients included AAA, B&H Photo, and SixFlags.
- Evaluated scope and complexity of projects to determine costs.
- Write posts on company blog, interview candidates, scrum master.
- MC'd, and sourced demos and sponsors for Drinks on Tap, our bi-monthly meetup for mobile experts.
- Organized a 9-week Advanced Android training course for Boston area developers.
Council Member|Mar, 2018 – Current
- Advise consultancies and institutional investors on software-related topics.
Android Developer|Mar, 2018 – Current
- Create and maintain Android app that adds themed stickers to Google's Gboard keyboard.
Bachelor of Arts - Computer Science|2011 – 2015
History minor, 3-sport varsity athlete in Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track.
Cofounder|Nov, 2015 – Current
iOS and Android app used by thousands of Boston College students to more easily register for classes.
Creator|Jun, 2012 – May, 2017
Featured on CNET, Lifehacker, and XDA, NetLive allows you to monitor your internet data transfer rate while displaying which app is currently using the most data. I used this project to teach myself Android development.