I am taking some blogging advice that I’ve read elsewhere: if multiple people ask you similar questions offline, answer those questions in a blog post!
It has been awesome to hear that others are eager to apply for the next cohort of OpenAI Scholars. I wrote a bit about my 2018 summer takeaways in my final “official” blog post for the program, but I would like to expand a bit on:
What I learned and got out of this program What I wish I...
I am a software engineer who likes to code for the web. I took leave from Microsoft OneNote so that I can study deep learning full time as an OpenAI Scholar. I blog here (mainly) as I dabble with data, NLP, and machine learning.
Catch me at your local music festival, otherwise. Or on a field nearby playing flag football.
Be sure to check out my Github!
Adventure Time! (resume)
Moved to NYC to join startup ASAPP as a machine learning engineer — working on large-scale problems in customer interaction and healthcare!
Attended PHAROS at Tapapakanga Regional Park in Auckland, New Zealand #LiveMusic
Attended Paradiso at the Gorge, WA #LiveMusic
Started this blog to dive deeper into data products!
Attended Sasquatch at the Gorge, WA #LiveMusic
Attended Bumbershoot in Seattle #LiveMusic
Graduated Stanford… with a job at Microsoft!
Attended first #LiveMusic festival: Summer Sonic in Osaka, Japan
First summer in Seattle; during Google internship, read Effective C++ and became charmed by design patterns
Started coding in earnest for my senior year of high school; accepted into Stanford University, Class of 2013!
Habbo UK made me internet (from Maryland)
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