Hi! I'm Evan. Right now, I'm working at Lyft as a software engineer, while producing (and listening to, and thinking about) a lot of music on the side.

If you're in San Francisco and want to chat or play some music, get in touch!

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Projects

DevFest

Skills
  • Design
  • Front-end
  • DevOps
Project

After helping organize Columbia's biggest hackathon for a few years, this year I designed and developed the website from scratch.

From Zero To Website

Skills
  • Design
  • Front-end
  • Teaching
Project

In January 2016, I designed and taught a week-long beginner web development course for JADE, an immersive program for 16 first-year Columbia and Barnard students interested in app development and entrepreneurship.

Bruhzzfeed

Skills
  • Design
  • Front-end
  • Back-end
  • DevOps
Project

An award-winning fall 2015 HackNY project: uses the Clarifai API to tag popular images from Imgur and then uses NLTK to generate titles for Buzzfeed-style listicles, like These 23 Cute Mammals Will Make You Go Wow.

Density

Skills
  • Front-end
  • Mentorship
Project

As a member and mentor of ADI Labs at Columbia, I helped develop a tool that uses wireless router data on campus to estimate how full each library is at any given time.

QL

Skills
  • Testing
  • Language design
  • Functional programming
Project

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.

Talks

Skills
  • Teaching
  • Design
  • Talking (lol)
Project

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.