I am a computer scientist working at the intersection of software engineering, human-computer interaction, social computing, and crowdwork. I graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with Ken Anderson as my advisor.
I'm interested in all-things software: engineering, design, theory, processes, and politics.
My industrial focus is on software engineering practice: the methods and tools we use as engineers to systematically produce high quality, reliable code.
My research focus is on the human-centered aspects of architecting, building, analyzing, maintaining, and deploying software systems. Impact is the objective of my research. Some questions here:
My approach is to apply empirical methods to investigate the role of software in various application domains. I plan on continuing my study of software engineering by seeking computer science research opportunities in academic, government, and industrial settings.