Software Development Engineer at Microsoft
Windows Network Security Team
(IPsec, Filtering Platform, and Firewall)
In May of 2009, I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science with Honors from the University of Wisconsin—Madison.
My areas of interest include systems programming (multithreaded OS and driver development) and networking.
In July 2009, I started as an SDE at Microsoft in the Networking group.
In Spring 2009, I received the UW-Madison CS Department's Outstanding Undergraduate Student Instructor Award. (Apparently, this was the first and only time they have given this award.)
In Summer 2008 I interned at Bloomberg in NYC. It was awesome!
Since January 2007, I have been employed as a developer for the NTL LTER Project at the UW Center for Limnology.
Software I've developed for CFL has moved here.
Since Fall 2006, I have also been a team leader for the WES-CS program. This program brought me to SIGCSE 2008 and got me interested in pedagogical issues in Computer Science.