I work at Airtable. Airtable enables companies to build complex software workflows without the need for software engineers.
I was the first employee of the company that stewards/monetizes Zulip, and was involved in nearly every part of the product and business. All of my technical work is public on GitHub, and many of my work-related conversations are public on the Zulip community server.
Before Zulip, I interned at Microsoft Research, Google Research, Upwork, Quora, and Dropbox in various research and data science roles.
My Ph.D. thesis was advised by Tim Roughgarden at Stanford, with Berkeley as a second home. My research centered around analysis of algorithms, and particularly those with a beyond worst case flavor. My masters thesis was advised by Piotr Indyk at MIT.
I'm licensed as a California real estate agent. If you need help buying or selling property in the Bay Area, let me know and I'd be happy to help.
An essay on 90 day exercise windows.