Profile

In 2 years, or less, I’d like to be a proficient programmer and rapid prototyper specializing in back-end web and mobile applications and specifically would be interested in applications that help increase productivity for the masses. Beyond that, I’d like to follow the footsteps of other entrepreneurs and start my own company as a technical founder.

Education

University of California, Berkeley

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

2011 – 2015

GPA: 3.5/4.0 Relevant Classes: CS61A: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, CS61B: Data Structures and Advanced Programming, CS186: Introduction to Database Systems

National University of Singapore High School of Mathematics and Science

2007 – 2010

Overall GPA: 4.6/5.0 High Distinction and Major With Honors in Math, Physics and Chemistry.

Experience & Accomplishments

Platform Engineer Intern, MobileWorks Inc (Y Combinator backed startup)

May – August 2012

CalHaps (www.calhaps.com), Web App (7350 Unique Visitors. 37700 Pageviews)

July 2012 – Present

Berkeleytime (www.berkeleytime.com), Web App (4000 Unique Visitors in the first week)

August – September 2012

www.flypn.com

March – August 2011

ITCrowd, iPhone Application on AppStore

February – May 2011

Singapore Physics Olympiad 2009, Silver Medal

(within the Top 20 in the nation)

January 2009 – March 2010

Startup@Singapore 2008, Youngest Semi-Finalist

(15yo and only single member team)

January – April 2010

eBay Enterprise Day Challenge, Champion

(highest sales in all categories)

May – July 2007

Research

Singapore Space Challenge 2010, Champion, Project Leader

November 2009 – June 2010

Friendshipr Facebook Application

450+ Users

March – November 2008

Skills, Activities and Interests

Self-taught: HTML, CSS, PHP, CakePHP, MySQL, iOS – Objective C, Django (learning)

Taught by Instructor: Python (CS61A), Java (CS61B), C (CS61C)

Hobbies and Activities: Hacking, Creating 3D Animations, Travelling, Playing physical sports and jogging weekly

Clubs: Computer Science Undergraduate Association, Hackers @ Berkeley