Eager to learn the best practices in the industry to design scalable and resilient solutions and collaborate with like-minded individuals to solve problems through high-quality code.
Enthusiastic and hardworking; always willing to learn and challenge the status quo.
Technology head of Project Sight Words, leading a team of 10 to make learning fun for dyslexic students with an online learning platform that is engaging and customised to their learning needs. The platform has two fronts, a progressive web app to teach students how to read and write through interactive learning, as well as a teacher portal to help educators manage their lessons and students progress more conveniently.
Led a team of 4 to develop an interview preparation platform and peer matching system, where students can find peers to practice whiteboard-style interview questions together. Developed a real-time matchmaking system between users via web sockets using Socket.IO and Incorporated WebRTC video calls between users in rooms.
Architected and developed an online platform allowing users to search or list items to trade and facilitate the trading process, and mentored 2 other new developers to introduce them to software engineering and gain experience with a full stack project
Collaborated in a team of 8 as a full stack developer for Project Siew Dai, partnering with a non-profit organisation, Diabetes Singapore, to support its engagement activities in Volunteer and Stakeholder Management and Event Workflow Automation.
Designed and developed a new flexible module system on Source Academy, an open-source online environment to learn programming, utilised by 700+ NUS freshman yearly.
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Developed a mobile application, ReCloset, using Flutter and Firebase for users to sustainably give away and trade pre-loved clothing. Implemented a trading system and live chat feature to facilitate secure and efficient item exchanges, enhancing user engagement.
Led a team of 4 in Singapore's largest student-run hackathon, with 532 participants and created a quick and easy rating system on on NUSMods, a student-run open source project, to encourage students to provide feedback on modules, aiding future students’ module planning efforts by being able to better grasp of the weekly workload, content difficulty and the best lecturers.
Presented in NUS School of Computing’s largest event fair held every semester to showcase selected student’s projects. Designed and developed a new flexible module system on Source Academy, an open-source online environment to learn programming, utilised by 700+ NUS freshman yearly.
Collaborated in a team of 4 in Singapore's largest student-run hackathon, with 473 participants and created a quick and easy rating system on on NUSMods, a student-run open source project, to allow students to save time and easily compare timetables to find common available slots to meet up.
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Learned about start-up culture and coordinated with developers from Indonesia and Vietnam through an internship at 9cv9