July 2019 – Jan 2021
Worked as a senior full-stack software engineer for the HR startup
Jan 2019 – May 2019
Worked as a part-time fullstack engineer for StaffAny's webapp and mobile applications.
Sep 2017 – Jul 2018
Did an 10-month internship at a local SME in Shanghai as a software engineer. Developed automation tools to help staff increase efficiency in operations. Developed an enhanced web-crawling system which improved rate of crawling company database websites for cold leads by 300%. Designed and eveloped an internal email-database-marketing web platform capable of tracking and analyzing email campaign statistics, which helped reduce bounce rates experienced by alternative email platforms by at least 25%. Developed a small WeChat mini-program used as a marketing tool to help clients calculate cost-savings for them through one of the company's services.
Won 2nd place a start-up like competition
Project 21 aims to provide caregivers the affordable access to fall-risk analysis tools to allow them track and analyze fall-risk levels for their elderly more conveniently.
It also helps physiotherapists reduce the need for them to physically visit the elderly to perform preliminary diagnosis by providing the elderly's gait data to them through a web platform. The platform holds gait data uploaded by the caregivers and helps physiotherapists visualize and analyze their fall risk more conveniently, so that priority for treatment can be given to those who need it more urgently.
I'm involved in the project as the lead full-stack developer.
Won 1st place in a month-long hackathon hosted by NUS, themed around giving superpowers to children, specifically those with cerebral palsy
This month long hackathon is themed around 'giving superpowers to children', especially those with disabilities such as muscular dystrophy or cerebral palsy. After doing preliminary research on existing products that are on the market, we realise that many gesture based control wearable systems require the users to perform specific gestures that may not be convenient or easy for the disabled to perform. So, instead of having the users learn the gestures, we decided to create a product that will learn the users' gestures instead, allowing them to perform gestures that are catered to their needs in order to perform simple tasks.
Won 2nd place in a 52HR hackathon in Shanghai hosted by Startup Salad
Developed a demo mobile app to showcase idea of creating a make-up brand with products that caters to the special requirements needs of the users by their varying skin conditions
Sole developer in a team of 5, with members from various other faculties from NOC
Won 1st runner up in a 48HR hackathon hosted by Bosch
Created crowd detection system using acoustic sensors, coupled with Wi-fi traffic analysis
Developed the polling and processing of acoustic noise data for the system in a team of 4
Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering (CGPA 4.17) National University of Singapore
August 2015 – May 2019
NUS Overseas Colleges, Shanghai NOC, Fudan University
September 2017 – June 2018