A high school software developer. I program , , and other interesting things.
I am a software developer and open source enthusiast. Less importantly, I'm currently a sophomore at DVHS and the co-founder of Tech San Ramon. I love learning about the various applications of computer science,
and areas of particular interest for me are data science, computer vision, and autonomy in robotics. If you’re very lucky, you can find me off of my computer either biking or shredding.
In my free time, I enjoy working on computer science projects. I see it as a way to harness my creativity through an impactful medium.
Non-Profit organization founded to edify the new generation of basic computer science skills. 1000+ students.blog post
Some of the rare occasions where my work has received recognition.
Presented Intelligent Drone and ranked among top STEM students of our community.
Read more about my projects and initiatives. Feel free to reach out with new ideas and advice. I'm always open to feedback.
Growing up, computer science was always portrayed as an esoteric subject by all of my educators. Despite the discouraging words, I decided to embark on my learning journey in the field and found that with the right way of teaching,
fundamentals of computer science can be effectively conveyed to even elmentary school students.
Neural networks are nothing more than a nested function. For some reason, scientists have chosen to convolute this connectionist system with complicated notation and frankly terrifying diagrams. With the right explanation, anyone can
understand the intricate inner workings of this powerful algorithm.
Drones have demonstrated undeniable potential in recent years through a multitude of applications ranging from search & rescue to delivery to surveillance. UAVs have shown to be among the most apparent uses of CV algorithms. I
have documented my build process so innovators can focus on what’s really important.