Here is a collection of news articles that have featured me or my work:
- Georgetown UIS tweet from Hoya Hacks 2016
- They highlighted our demo for PopMap, which went on to win Best Software Project at the hackathon.
- This Week in Rust: 101
- I was mentioned as a new contributer in this issue of This Week in Rust.
- I removed a compilation warning in a documentation example, which then caused someone else to go through the stdlib and remove similar compilation warnings. Now that’s leverage!
- Where we are: Tech@NYU 2015
- A Medium post detailing what all of the current board members are up to this summer.
- NY Tech Meetup April 7, 2015
- My team presented our Chintastic Photo Booth project from 1:04:20 to 1:08:00 and answered questions from the audience from 1:13:00 to 1:19:00.
- hackNY Spring 2015 hackathon: 3rd Place
- NYU Prototyping Fund Recipient
- My team in the Extreme Design class at NYU won an NYU Prototyping Fund award for our work on Project Nikola.
- NYU Courant Summer Undergraduate Research Support
- In the summer of 2014, I worked with some awesome researchers in the System’s Group of NYU’s Computer Science Department on Project Spartan, a distributed array language with a NumPy interface.
- Phi Kappa Sigma: Get to Know Bob Gardner
- I am a brother of NYU’s chapter of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity, where I was secretary and technology chair at the time.
- Pearson’s Developer Blog
- I wrote a guest blog post for Pearson, LLC’s Developer Blog after collaborating with them for a Hack Days event (now After Hours) with Tech@NYU.
- Tech@NYU: Get to Know Bob Gardner
- I was an executive board member of Tech@NYU form Spring 2013 to Fall 2015.
- MSNBC host visits NYU, talks racial, economic inequality
- I was interviewed after attending a talk by NYU’s President, John Sexton, in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2014.
- Hack@Brown 2014
- Here’s an “action” pic of me at Hack@Brown 2014.
- My team tried worked on a stock market simulator. While we didn’t finish
it, I certainly learned some valuable lessons about working on a 7 person
group in a hackathon setting. We split into client and server teams and
updated a shared document called
server_api.pywhenever a team changed their API. Hilarity ensued as a team would yell “Why doesn’t your code work!” “We changed the API, didn’t you read the doc.” “Oh, didn’t see that.” Going forward, I learned the importance of working in smaller teams, stabilizing shared API early, and setting checkpoints where both teams would merge and rebase so the project was nearly always in a working state.
- Source on GitHub
- NYU CAS College Cohort Program
- During my sophomore year, I was interviewed about my thoughts on NYU CAS’s College Cohort Program as the President of one of the 40 cohorts.