At ServiceNow, I work as a Software Quality Engineer Intern on the Human Resource Service Management team. I worked on coverage tests, unit tests and regression test to maintain the quality of code.
As a Web Developer at JSOE, I helped fulfill the Office of Engineering Computing (OEC)' mission, which is to provide IT services such as Maintenance, Website Development, Application Development and many other. We work with various deparmtnets, including Engineering, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical Sciences, Philosophy, Music, Individual Faculty members and Research Laboratories.
At Center for Digital Learning, I am Digital Instruction Design Assistant. I come up with creative lesson and assessment plans in courses like Teaching Computational Thinking for Everyone and Introduction to Python/Java. These courses are offered at the University of California, San Diego through Coursera and Stepik, and are also availabe on University of California Online Platform.
Languages used: Snap!, Scratch, Java, Python
At Youth Society for Education, I am the Lead Full Stack Developer, fulfilling the organization's technological needs and further developing its technological internship programs to further provide for youths yearning to get hands-on experience.
I helped develop dashboards where students can submit scholarship applications and where committee members/judges can evaluate each of the application coming in.
Currently, I am in the process of developing a yseportal.
Galileo is an online experimental tool, where people can run scientific experiments using its easy-to-use interface and intuitive system design. The project's principal investigator is Vineet Pandey PhD and he is now at Harvard University.
I joined as an undergraduate research assistant at the Design Lab led by Professor Scott Klemmer, through a program called Early Research Scholars Program at UCSD. I worked on Galileo's User Interfaces and System Design flow. I also ran research studies to study how effective the system was compared to traditional method of doing scientfic experiments (paper/ online docs).
EMSTrack is an ambulance dispatching softare which was developed through UCSD's Global TIES program. I worked on improving the User Interface of the Dispatching Dashboard, such as map interaction and auto-completion
I am a member of the solar lights (Sun Bird) team, where I help write code to control the solar lights. I also take part in securing supplies locally.
Atutu's goal is to o address educational inequities youth face, as well as alleviate the problems created by such inequities in our target communities. We desire to promote environmentally sustainable and socially just practices within communities. We aim to empower local communities and build resiliency by advocating for community self-reliance.
We have implemented solar light projects in Tijuana, Mexico and in Kachin State, Myanmar.
Tools Used: Aruduino, Solar light materials
I took CSE 112: Advanced Software Engineering taught by Professor Powell at UCSD. In that class, we learned about the process of software engineering.
Built: input-box web-component where users can chat with each other.
I learned concepts like pipelining, code coverage testing, unit testing, continuous integration and so on.
Wecook is a web application where college students can create and share recipes. The goal of the web application is to encourage the community to eat healthier and share them.
Tools Used: Node.js, Express.js, MongoDB, Passport.js, Other Front-end technologies