Here's a little bit about me in a nutshell: technology is my passion, music is my hobby, I like sports - yeah, that's about it. My journey in software development started when I suffered a sever concussion at 14 years old. My childhood dream of becoming the first Chinese born Canadian NBA player was crushed! The inability to play sports at a competitive level had me down, but it gave me motivation to find my new niche. Instead of going hard in the paint, I went hard in the books; reading the second edition of The C Programming Language textbook for fun. Soon enough, I was compiling custom Linux kernel builds for my smartphone. Fast forward a couple years, I still maintain my competitive edge by striving to be the most passionate person in every single situation.
What I do now
Intersect helps businesses create and deliver exceptional digital products that marry business objectives and user needs through mobile, responsive web, and IoT product & technical strategy, design thinking, and engineering excellence. I am currently part of Intersect as an Android Engineer, but will be joining the strategy team as Business Analyst in May 2019.
UBC Sauder School of Business
I am a student at the University of British Columbia studying in the Combined Major in Business and Computer Science (BUCS) program.
vrEMDR: VR Psychotherapy
vrEMDR is a virtual reality psychotherapy app with the goal of improving accessibility and effectiveness of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It was created and demoed at Lumohacks 2018, placing 2nd in the hackathon.