Hi, I’m an aspiring software engineer and student from London, UK. I study MEng Computing at Imperial College London.
My main interest is software engineering. I have been programming from a young age, with most of my early work involving building web applications with the Laravel framework. My interest in system software has developed over the past few years, especially in the field of distributed and scalable systems. In my more recent projects, I’ve explored newer languages, including Dart, Kotlin and Go (which I’m particularly fond of).
From recent projects and work, some interesting things I’ve done include:
- investigating vulnerabilities in a Swann security camera DVR and building my own software replacement;
- working at Bloomberg on an open source chaos engineering tool for Kubernetes called PowerfulSeal;
- building software to digitise the traditionally paper-based insurance industry at Artificial Labs.
I also hold a casual interest in infosec. I love listening to talks, keeping up to date with recent events, and improving my own cybersecurity skills. I have also participated in bug bounties (including Facebook and eBay’s) and CTFs.
I also quite regularly attend hackathons, so you may see me around at them. Outside of computing, I play fives (squash, but with your hands!) and enjoy reading sci-fi novels.