I'm Bryan, a Bay Area native and current student at the University of California, Berkeley. I've been dabbling in VR/AR, managment roles, and a lot of full-stack web dev.
Living and working in the local tech community is my dream, though I'd like to also run a boba cafe. Sometimes, I upload nerdy stuff to my YouTube channel (now with over 40,000 views).
Co-Instructor - Fall 2018, Head of Software - Summer 2018.
CS 370: Introduction to Teaching Computer Science is one of two official CS pedagogy classes offered at UC Berkeley. I co-teach all four lecture sections of the course, totaling 6 hours / week of live instruction.
Our class notably also offers over ~3,600 hours of free one-on-one tutoring to UC Berkeley EE / CS students per semester. The EE/CS department uses metrics I gather via this course and tutoring feedback to hire potential TAs that I recommend, and first-time uGSIs are required to take this course.
On the tech side, I'm working on web and course infrastructure, which includes a simple front-end site and an automated tutoring scheduler, built on PHP / MySQL / NGINX. I've been porting it to a new, cleaner version written in React / Redux / Firebase as a replacement to the old REST stack. It includes Google API integration and UC Berkeley API interactions.
I'm one of four co-founders and developers for Whitespace AR, a startup looking to revolutionize online canvas shopping with a personal, futuristic touch. Available for iOS.
Last summer, I was Software Engineering Intern for Nokia Bell Labs. I worked on sweet enterprise-scale apps, using React.js, ARKit, and more.