I have a wide range of experience in many technical areas, and I love designing new tools and apps to make people's lives easier. I started working professionally in software development since 2003, but my first "Hello World" program can be traced all the way back to 1990 with QBasic.
I must say I'm passionate with technology! I've been developing software on various hardware platforms, including PC, Wii, NDS, XBox, PS3, Mac and iOS devices. Most recently I have started developing business analytic software using Scala.
I've been credited on a number of game titles when I was at Electronic Arts, including the top-selling AAA title FIFA (2010, 2011, 2012). My main focus area was in locomotion - developing complex animation algorithms for simulating realistic players movement. I've also worked at Apple on the iWork producitivity suite for close to four years.
Most recently I started working for Visier, a rapidly growing company that's transforming the HR domain. I'm a development director responsible for project direction, technical direction and people management for an upcoming new area.
I have to admit I love learning, and I spent a lot of time on my study when I was in Simon Fraser University. In 2007, I received the Governor General Silver Medal for being the top undergraduate in the university. SFU did a short interview with me in 2015.
I love programming and I often turned class projects and assignment into larger scale projects available for public download. I'm pleased to see that my software projects have proved themselves to be useful for others as well.
I was also actively involved in Golden Key International Honor Society as an executive member, and was the vice president for the SFU Chapter. We often organized various volunteering events to help the needy in the community and being an exec was a lot of fun.
I was also affiliated with the SFU Medical Image Analysis Lab since my USRA work with Dr. Hamarneh. I made paper publications with SPIE for the research work and had also attended their international conferences.
I have a huge interest in cryptography and machine learning, and I love creating tools and apps to make advanced algorithms accessible to the general public. Nothing brings me more joy than helping others save time with their tasks. I have created a number of open source projects, and I have worked on many hobby software projects.
I feel very lucky that I get to love to do, and I love software and game development! I also enjoy teaching and building things with Lego. In the past, I spent quite a bit of time on video games - Starcraft and Warcraft remain my favorite games of all times.
I also enjoy doing sports for recreation or just simply hanging out with all family and friends. I love playing board games, especially competitive ones like Carcassonne and Ricochet Robots.
While I'm not writing code, I like going outdoors and enjoy the beautiful hiking trails in Greater Vancouver.
I have created two accounts, and you can use either one to gain access:
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If you are interested in knowing more about my work or in possible collaborations, you can contact me using any of the methods listed here.