University of California, Davis – Graduated March 2012
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
Bachelor of Arts, Economics
Intern, January 2013 – April 2013
- Worked primarily on a new Mediawiki extension called Git2Pages (see projects)
- Collaborated with experienced developers around the world on designing the extension
- Implemented Git2Pages in an established web environment
- Automated unit testing with PHPUnit
- Researched advanced git techniques to reduce disk usage and improve network efficiency
- To ensure code quality, all code was reviewed through Gerrit by Mediawiki contributors
- Improved documentation and code commenting skills to meet Mediawiki’s standards
Shield’s Library, University of California, Davis
Preservations Assistant, December 2007 – June 2011
- Repaired old, worn, or damaged books using sensitive equipment
- Worked in a project based environment performing detail oriented work
Wikimetrics, Contributor, November 2013 – Current
- Currently working on familiarizing with existing code base.
- Bug squasher!
Git2Pages extension, December 2012 – Current
- Created a new extension for Mediawiki that allows users to pull snippets of information from a git repository.
- Project uses git checkout to download and store requested files. Files are read and the indicated line numbers are printed to a wiki page.
Senior Design Project, Winter – Spring 2011
- Created an iPhone app with a Ruby on Rails backend for the Events and Conference Services of UC Davis geared with a focus on visitors coming to the city of Davis.
Android Project, Spring 2011
- Developed an Android application that allows a user to leave notes and pictures for another user based on time and location.
Programming Languages: C, C++, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby, and HTML/CSS
Tools and Frameworks: Git, Mercurial, Gerrit, PHPUnit, Eclipse, iOS, Android, Rails
Operating Systems: Windows (XP, Vista, 7), Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora), Mac (OS X)
Foreign Languages: Proficient in Chinese (Cantonese), basic Spanish
Member of UC Davis Computer Science Club (2010-2012)
Actively participates in PyLadies and Women Who Code events