I'm a software enginer at Mesosphere where I work on internal software frameworks and tools for automating testing of DC/OS (the Datacenter Operating System), which involves DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS and BIG DATA and CONTAINERS and CLOUD-NATIVE TECHNOLOGY and stuff.
Some things I like: ballet, chinchillas, NOVA documentaries, cheese, watercolors, spaaaaace, open source science, and lists.
Previously at Swift Navigation in San Francisco, where I worked on a pipeline for automated hardware-in-the-loop testing of high-accuracy GNSS sensors that go into THINGS IN SPACE and AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES and stuff.
Proud owner of a BA in Computer Science from UC Berkeley, where I spent four years meandering through a series of research assistant positions in various departments until I realized that I was actually just doing programming in all of them and was probably best off just majoring in Computer Science.
Volunteer in the Animal Discovery Room at the Lawrence Hall of Science, where I introduce visitors to friendly critters like boa constrictors, turtles, and mice.