I plan & write software — by myself, with friends, and as part of organizations. I focus on mobile experiences, team processes, and tooling.
I worked on systems that help shoppers find work and earn money.
Notably, I designed & directed a re-architecture of the app’s home tab, paving way for experiences and interactions that were originally expensive, infeasible, or unsafe to build.
I also led an initiative protecting shoppers falling victim to tip-baiting.
I built and maintained a pair of iOS apps that facilitate delegation between executives and their personal assistants.
Both apps were originally written in React Native before I joined the company to work on rewriting them natively.
What started as a library of web scrapers for the University of Toronto later became a collection of web APIs for interfacing with the university’s public data.
I partnered with fellow students and a local open data company that sponsored the project for its lifetime.
I wrote about my original motivation for Cobalt in a blog post.
I was a member of the Outlook for iOS team. I focused on build systems, design systems, navigation, and security.
Notably, I led engineering on a redesign of the app, work that was then adopted by the company as part of a universal design system.
I also built tools for managing developer environments and weekly app releases.