Software Engineer, Blockchain (April 2018 – Present)
Building software @Blockchain.
Co-Founder and Technical Architect, Tsukemen Inc. (acquired by Blockchain.com) (Nov. 2016 – April 2018)
Tsukemen is a product studio. We are a group of diverse, talented individuals who are obsessed with creating beautifully crafted products that users love. We created the popular daily sports mobile app called G.O.A.T. that was featured on Product Hunt and Sports Illustrated. Backed by top-tier investors, we raised over $1.5M in seed funding from VCs and angel investors. Tsukemen was acquired by Blockchain in 2018.
Course Developer, Udacity (June 2017 – March 2018)
Writer and Freelance Software Engineer, Toptal (May 2016 – Oct. 2016)
Building mobile apps for Toptal clients & writing engineering-related educational content on Toptal’s blog.
Software Engineer, Operator (Jan. 2015 – Oct. 2016)
Built Operator’s early Android specialist app in ~1 month.
Co-Founder and Android Dev, Green Halo Labs (Jan. 2014 – Dec. 2014)
Android Software Engineer, Edmodo (March 2012 – Jan. 2014)
Worked on Edmodo’s Android application. Previously worked on the iPad application as well.
Edmodo helps connect all learners with the people and resources needed to reach their full potential.
Software Engineer, Hewlett-Packard (Jan. 2011 – Feb. 2012)
Worked on computer vision applications.
Technology Specialist, University of Pennsylvania – VPUL Technology (Jan. 2010 – Sept. 2010)
Technical support for a wide range of issues related to networking, software, and hardware.
Test Engineer, Zargis Medical (May 2009 – Aug. 2009)
Tested tele-auscultation software and hardware. Reported and documented errors through an online bug management system. I also provided interaction and design ideas on how to create a more intuitive user interface.
Tutor, Rutgers Learning Center (Oct. 2006 – Sept. 2007)
Tutored algebra, pre-calculus, basic caculus, honors calculus I, caculus I, II, III and physics. I was also assigned as the designated tutor for a pre-calculus class wherein I held office hours and posted homework solutions.
Reactive Programming on Android with RxJava (June 2017)
A guide for experienced Android developers looking to learn about reactive programming using RxJava, the Java implementation of ReactiveX. It is written in a clear and concise way with many Android-specific examples.
Director of mHealth Strategy, Global HEED – mHealth Team (Nov. 2010 – Present)
I’m currently volunteering to find an mHealth (mobile health) technology solution that would bring affordable and timely health services to regions of developing countries with poor healthcare access. At the moment, I’m assessing and investigating different technologies including SMS application frameworks, an Android-based telemedicine platform, and tele-consultation software on phones running Java ME.
Android Developer, AT&T Mobile App Hackathon for Social Good – ConsumerKarma (Oct. 2012)
Consumer Karma is a mobile app that helps consumers decide which business practices align with their values. It encourages consumers to purchase conscientiously, creating pressure on business to change in favor of socially-beneficial behavior. Our team won 3rd place overall, and won two awards from AT&T and Parse.
Developer, Startup Weekend NYC – Artmented (Nov. 2010)
Over a weekend, formed a group with other software developers, designers, and business developers, to create a prototype and business model for an Android application called Artmented. Artmented is an augmented reality (AR) application which allows a user to place and share digital art in a location which can then be viewed through the phone’s camera.
Open Source Contributor, Sana Mobile (Nov. 2010 – 2013)
Pushing code to develop the Sana Mobile Android client.
Learn ARKit – Swift, Udacity, Mountain View (Sept. 2017)
Introduction to RxJava on Android, CodePath, San Francisco (June 2016)
Code Like A Goldfish, Telegraph Academy, Berkeley (Oct. 2015)
Android Workshop Instructor, Learning Android Development Meetup Group, San Francisco (Mar. 2014)
What to Expect as an Android Developer, Codepath, San Francisco (Oct. 2013)
Introduction to Mobile Development, AngelHack, San Francisco (Oct. 2013)
Evaluation, Management, and Monitoring, Innovations in Global Health Informatics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Mar. 2013)
reMIND, Android Application (Aug. 2014)
An app that reminds you to be present.
M.C.I.T. in Computer and Information Technology (2010) University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, Graduated Summa cum Laude (2009) Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ