I’m a software engineer working with talented teams to create cutting edge technology while maintaining values in sustainability and empathy to ensure we learn and grow together for many years to come.
I hold a bachelors degree in both Physics and Music from Skidmore College and know a bit of python. So mathematics, data structures and algorithms hold a soft spot in my heart. It was these types of problems that interested me to start coding and later study data visualization. If you're interested in Data Vis, I suggest you check out one of my personal hereos Shirley Wu
I’m also an avid fan of container-based and bare-metal virtualization. The abstractions and executions of these complex systems are some of the most elegant parts of modern computing. I presented a talk Kubernetes: The Dynamic Symphony through SingleSprout's featured Speaker Series and am hoping to release a few more talks on these topics later this year. I'm currently sharpening my knowledge by pursuing a few certifications in AWS. I think the future holds big things for scaling in the cloud.
As an empathetic engineer, I believe it’s important to give back to the community that supported me in my growth which is why I am a proud open source developer for OSLabs and GimbaLabs.
While my work at OSLabs is in creating an endpoint monitoring product (see Project Venus), I work with GimbaLabs to produce a library of open source developer tools to teach engineers how to interact with Cardano. For those who don’t know, Cardano is a third generation blockchain that aims to democratize access to capital thereby helping level wealth discrepancy between 1st and 3rd world countries.
On my down time, I enjoy hiking with my mini Bernedoodle, Leo, practicing sustainability and researching new tech. While I do have a few projects going on, I’m always looking to take on new and exciting challenges so feel free to reach out in the contact section if you’d like to discuss a project or position.