My focus since starting my career has been on large software systems and software architecture, but I am hoping to move into AI and machine learning in the near future. I tutor computer science and varying levels of math in my free time. I am also working on a few published Android apps.
A Timeline of my experience
2019 - Current (Stack Overflow): On the /jobs team, I improve the job-search-to-hire process for tech workers and employers. Also working on high-demand enterprise software used around the globe in many countries.2016 - 2019 (McKinstry): Enterprise level software solutions to scale business and engineering operations.2016 (XPRT Hackathon):XPRT Women's Code-A-Thon challenged me to create a mobile GPU benchmarking program which won 1st place & $2,500.2015 - 2017 (Mentoring): Open hours for students to get assistance on assigned work or theory.2013 - 2017 (UW & GRC):I recieved my Bachelor's in Computer Science from the University of Washington, and my Associate's at Green River College.2011 - 2015 (Suvivor Engine): Starting as a game, a few years of rapid learning and development lead to a general purpose software engine and experience in large software architecture.
Help my Community: Find an idea for software that would help my community become better or stronger when connected together.
Learn more about AI: Same as last year.
Improve Business / Community Skills: Same as last year.
Not catch COVID-19: I have asthma so that would not be good.
Learn more about AI: I want to open-source my personal assistant AI and see what I can do that current "personal assistant" AIs lack.
Learn more about HCI: I think it would be neat to design wearable tech. Maybe it's a hat, maybe it's a sleeve, idk. I think we under-utilize our body's biologically evolved advantages in terms of computer interaction.
Improve Business / Community Skills: I figure with a little book reading, I can develop and pursue some of my backburner opportunities like tutoring, contract work, and personal projects.