About Me

Hey, what's up, hello

Welcome to my humble website. My name is Edmund and I come from a bubble called Johns Creek near Atlanta, GA. I'm currently a Junior studying Computer Science at UC Berkeley. Computer science is a passion of mine, and I find it amazing what one can do with it. What's even more amazing is technology's growing importance in today's society; my lifelong dream is to make my mark on this technological revolution through my own startup.

I spent the past summer working as a Software Engineering Intern at Intuit. I was doing some backend and iOS, extending Quickbooks Self Employed's mileage tracking feature. This next summer I'm excited to take on my dream internship with Facebook! My CS experience extends beyond just industry. I've worked as a teaching assistant for CS 170 (Algorithms) and CS 61B (Data Structures), my favorite classes at Berkeley.

Contrary to popular belief, not all programmers like to sit in front of their laptop all day. Some of my favorite outdoor activites include hiking to enjoy the beautiful views nature has to offer and attending concerts/raves. I've recently picked up interest in photography, hip hop dance, and basketball!

I believe that everyone has an amazing life story, and I would love to hear about yours. Feel free to message me through the contact form or connect with me through one of the social media icons at the bottom of the page.



 Cocoa Touch


  • Git
  • Apache Maven
  • Apache Spark
  • Apache Solr
  • DSE Graph
  • cPanel
  • Xcode
  • IntelliJ
  • Visual Studio
  • Eclipse


  • Firebase
  • MySQL
  • Cassandra


  • Facebook
  • Google Maps


  • Illustrator
  • Premier Pro
  • Photoshop
  • After Effects
  • PowerPoint
  • Excel
  • AutoCAD


Sketch • Adobe Creative Cloud • Microsoft Office • AutoCAD



During my sophomore year of college I noticed that not all my housemates were pulling their weight in doing chores around the apartment. My solution was HouseMate, an iOS app that systemizes the act of doing chores. This was a project I was very passionate about, and I even created a video explaining how it works.

Malaria Visualization

This is a project I did as a part of the application process for Capital One's Summit. I downloaded data on Malaria from WHO in a CSV file and converted it to JSON. I then wrote a script using Java and Google Maps' API to determine the mortality for children under five for each country and plot the data on WebGL Globe.



This is an ios app I am finishing up with two other people using Swift, XCode, and Firebase. The app is purposed to facilitate the purchasing of communal items within a group of people, such as roommates. It includes a shared list where everyone can add and upvote items (like in reddit). The app can also calculate how much each person owes that user, and displays it in the payment feed. It supports Facebook login.

Personal Website

This website. Personal website I made to practice my web development skills and let the world know about myself. Made with HTML, CSS, JQuery, PHP, AJAX, and Adobe Illustrator.


Text Editor

This is a text editor I created using Java and JavaFX libraries. It is capable of basic text editor features such as cursor movement with clicking/arrow keys, word wrapping, scrolling, and undo/redo.

Bear Maps

I developed the backend of a mapping application of Berkeley using Java, Apache Maven, and images downloaded from OpenStreetMap. It can handle features such as moving the screen by dragging, zooming in/out, and double clicking two points to find the shortest path. https://github.com/3dmund/Bear-Maps

The Dance Planet

A helpful, accessible dance resource for aspiring professional dancers, recreational dancers, or any dance enthusiast. One can find the latest news in the dance world, popular dance media, and information on dance competitions and companies. Made with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and AJAX.


Incoming Software Engineering Intern

May 2018 - August 2018

  • TBA

Software Engineering Intern

May 2017 - August 2017

  • Extending QuickBooks Self-Employed's mileage tracking feature by implementing detection of frequent locations.
  • Engineering backend of feature using Java, Apache ML library, Spring, Hibernate, MySQL, and Apache Cassandra.
  • Saving user's time by enabling automatic marking of most frequent trips, found using DSE Graph, TinkerPop, and Groovy.
  • Implementing frontend of features in iOS app using Objective-C. Communicating with backend using RESTful API calls.

CS 170 (Algorithms) Teaching Assistant

August 2017 - December 2017

  • Developed core CS fundamentals in Berkeley students taking one of the most popular upper division CS courses.
  • Instruct students through hosting weekly discussions and office hours and answering questions on the class Q&A forum.

CS 61B (Data Structures) Teaching Assistant

January 2016 - May 2017

  • Empower students in data structures class of 1,400 for real-world software engineering by inspiring passion for CS and teaching how to properly utilize algorithms and data structures through holding discussions, labs, and office hours.
  • Instill strong habits of writing clean and modularized code by giving feedback for and grading projects, labs, and homeworks.
  • Preserve the quality of the class through hiring tutors and utilizing HTML/CSS to maintain the course website.


Software Engineering Intern

August 2014 - December 2014

  • Increased end-user productivity by reducing external data calculation time, utilizing C# and HTML to engineer a GUI.
  • Augmented client retention rate by enhancing the product interface, utilizing CSS to improve design and usability.
  • Maximized meeting actionability and organization by interacting with company clients while tracking meeting progress.


Electrical Engineering Intern

January 2015 - May 2015

  • Examined technical orders for parts needed to build projects, such as C-5 aircrafts, ensuring that the proper supplies were ordered.
  • Inspected and updated schematic drawings for projects, ensuring the designs met U.S. Homeland Security regulations.
  • Assisted college co-ops with menial work, such as cutting wire, giving them more time to work on more difficult tasks.

Developmental Intern

January 2016 - May 2016

  • Improved productivity of other employees by optimizing daily work flow, examining and reorganizing the Salesforce page.
  • Maximized donations by fostering good relations with donors, compiling donor information and entering into Salesforce.
  • Increased reach of EOBA by spreading knowledge of the organization to the greater community, managing social media.


UC Berkeley

Computer Science - 3.7 GPA

May 2019

  • Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs - Python (CS 61A)
  • Data Structures - Java (CS 61B)
  • Machine Structures - C (CS 61C)
  • Discrete Mathematics and Probability (CS 70)
  • Principles and Techniques of Data Science (CS 100)
  • Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems (CS 170)
  • Artificial Intelligence (CS 188)
  • Introduction to Machine Learning (CS 189)
  • Designing Information Devices and Systems I (EE 16A)
  • Linear Algebra (Math 54)
  • Calculus (Math 1A/1B)


Venture Strategy Solutions

Internal Vice President

January 2018 - Present

  • Fostering community in an organization of 30+ members by organizing internal activities and planning club meetings.
  • Influencing the quality of work and culture of the club by recruiting and interviewing project managers and consultants.

Venture Strategy Solutions

Project Manager: Gradescope

August 2017 - December 2017

  • Led five consultants for a growth project for Gradescope, an EdTech startup that's raised over \$2.5M in funding.
  • Expanded Gradescope's user base by implementing a referral program to utilize teaching assistants to refer professors.
  • Improve UX by recommending and designing product enhancements for common problems identified in user interviews.

Venture Strategy Solutions

Consultant: AdsNative

January 2017 - May 2017

  • Currently searching for a client to lead a project for for the Fall 2017 semester.
  • Fostered growth in AdsNative, a series A start up ad server, by offering recommendations for expanding into social media.
  • Facilitate evaluation of research by creating mockups to help the CEO visualize how AdsNative could enter the industry.


Media Tech Committee Member

September 2015 - December 2015

  • Filmed, directed, and produced event recaps and short films to foster a sense of community within the organization of 50+ members.
  • Promoted events, videos, and the organization itself by utilizing Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to design cover photos and flyers.

Phi Kappa Tau


January 2016 - May 2017

  • We work with SeriousFun Children's Network through hosting an annual Bear Pong Tournament, which raises funds for seriously ill children.
  • Fulfill required community service hours through The Berkeley Project and picking up trash at Grizzly Peak.

Atlanta Phoenix Hockey

Team Captain

September 2013 - March 2014

  • Led teammates through words and by example, taking on the responsibility as a model teammate for my 15 teammates to follow.
  • Represented the team and talked to referees whenever an in-game issue arose, minimalizing chaos and the potential for fights.