This winter, I'm working on a variety of projects from home, from automating circuit design with machine learning to democratizing mobile health. I'll also be taking courses on circuits, signals & systems, probability, economics, and industrial sketching. 📚email1 resume twitter spotify github linkedin
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A BIT MORE ABOUT ME 👨💻
I've spent my entire life in the Bay Area. I grew up in Cupertino and I'm a proud Eagle Scout. I enjoy reading, working out, photography, and picking up new skills (currently on a bit of a cooking whim). I like collecting lapel pins, flannels, and sneakers 👟
On the whole, I'm interested in embedded systems, product design, philosophy, and technology applications in high-impact verticals (construction, finance, space, climate change, healthcare, and security, to name a few) 🚀
This website is a home for my digital garden — take a look at my resume, view my photos/writing, and if you see anything interesting, feel free to reach out!
BUILDING (AND BREAKING) STUFF 🛠
I'm keeping myself busy while sheltering-in-place this pandemic by working on several projects.
I've built a couple of things in the past as well, mostly in high school.
CAFFIENE-FUELED SLEEPLESS NIGHTS ☕️
I like school — a lot! That's likely a product of my joy for learning things. Unfortunately, this doesn't leave much time for sleep. Here are some I've enjoyed.
A COUPLE OF FAVORITES 🤙
Just to add some extra personal flair to this page 😎
The Ocean's Trilogy
CoHo / Coupa
Roof of McMurtry
Surely, You’re Joking Mr. Feynman by Richard Feynman
Dune by Frank Herbert
Watchmen by DC Comics
The Art of Doing Science and Engineering by Richard Hamming
The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt
Reddit (r/sneakers, r/books)
Copyright Varun Shenoy
Updated Dec. 2020