This is Tammy and I am currently in my third year of Software Engineering studying at the University of Waterloo.
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Hello! My name is Tammy Liu.
I am a full stack developer with a background in traditional and graphic design. I also study Software Engineering at the University of Waterloo, Canada.
Right now I'm interested in game dev, machine learning, and animation. I like doing cool stuff, so take a look at my resume! You can also find me at:
I am in my 3A term of Software Engineering at UW, which means lots of schoolwork. It also means I am seeking an internship role for summer 2017. I am trying to explore some new interests, like ballroom dancing and machine learning, while focusing on my existing commitments, like archery and nanorobotics.
My major project focus is currently my 3-piece fantasy landscape painting and my story-based platformer game. With any luck when you ask me about it I'll actually have some progress! :)
I was working as a Data Science Research Assistant for the StackUp, National University of Singapore (NUS). More specifically I was working on developing a course on data science with a focus on machine learning. I also helped create course content for a course called "Connect Using APIs". These courses target mature students whose goal is to create their own startup or switch careers.
I recently finished my grueling 2B term at the University of Waterloo. This means I am officially a third year now (and am starting to feel old).
I was also working along with a team of awesome people to organize a hackathon/learnathon event for high school students called Tech Retreat. Unfortunately, due to funding difficulties we were not able to hold our event for 2016. The memory of TR2015 lives on in us.
I was on a trip to to participate in ICRA 2016 as a part of the UW NanoRobotics Group. We won first place in the Microrobotics Microassembly challenge!
From January to April I was working at
Hootsuite Media Inc., Vancouver on their Internal Platform team.
During my work term I wrote a blog post on Monoliths to Microservices!
Find out more about my experience here.