Previously, I was an undergraduate at the University of Maryland, College Park. I majored in computer science and psychology, and graduated with BS degrees in both in May 2013. While at Maryland, I worked with Mike Hicks in the PLUM group. My main project at PLUM was Kitsune, an efficient framework for dynamically updating C programs.
Sometimes I predict things.
My research interests are in the intersection of programming languages and empirical software engineering. I want to study how developers use programming languages and environments in real-world scenarios to inform the design and development of novel programming interactions, methods, and tools.
You can download my CV here.