In one sentence: I am a recent CS graduate from the University of Pennsylvania, currently freelancing in the Bay Area. Feel free to reach out if you've got an interesting project you think I could help with.
Founder: From 2009-2012 I focused on making Penn's CS department more start-up friendly; to that end, I started the PennApps hackathon, (now the largest student-run hackathon in the US), and PennApps Labs, a student-run, school-funded development group that focuses on improving student-run technology. I received the C N. Weygandt Award for my contributions to the school. Before coming to Penn, a friend and I started and ran fbdevdir.com, a Facebook App consulting shop, working on over 30 projects for clients from Taleo to HP, as well as many smaller start-ups.
I spent 2012 as a co-founder at a startup that hasn't been announced yet.
Engineer: I got into programming when I was 15, working on silly little games in Visual Basic. From 2006-2009, I was a software engineer in the Israeli military. I have had the opportunity to be an engineering intern at Facebook and 2bkco (now Findery); at Penn, I spent three semesters as an intro to CS TA and the next two as the technical lead for PennApps Labs.
I'm tremendously interested in programming languages, having worked in Scala, Haskell, OCaml, C, Java, Coffeescript, PHP, Python and Ruby (amongst others), as well as a bit of shell scripting. Clojure is next on my list.
Writer: I started blogging around October 2010, and have had several pieces, whether on hackathons, the internship process, or (strangely enough) Richard Stallman gain some popularity. Posterous tells me I've got about a bit more than a quarter million page views thus far.
I have also been featured on TechCrunch, ProgrammableWeb and AllFacebook and spent a semester as a columnist for the Daily Pennsylvanian.