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After helping organize Columbia's biggest hackathon for a few years, this year I designed and developed the website from scratch.
In my compilers class, I worked on a team of five to build QL, a query language for JSON. Using data from CitiBike and Fitbit, we were able to make some interesting programs with our language—like finding the average speed of CitiBike users and showing that my stride length is longest on weekends.
I've always loved teaching! Columbia tends to focus on the theoretical side of CS rather than industry skills, so giving talks is a great way to share practical knowledge with other talented programmers.