Who am I
I am a Senior Plumber at Snowflake building and unclogging the things that run things. I am also studying Engineering Management on the Stanford Farm. Previously, I worked at Cruise developing multi-tenant container platforms with self-driving Kubernetes and at Google Cloud building (almost) production-ready service mesh Istio.
Before moving to the Bay Area to pay so much in rent for so little, I was an undergrad at Duke studying CS, EE, and Finance. I would be a totally different person had I not met my rock star research advisor Prof. Jeff Chase. He taught me to make the investment early that pays dividends in the future. He exhorted me to be serious and sincere about life and work—not to fight a fake war or someone else's war but to strive for what matters to the living or the dead. He is also probably the only person who has read my thesis cover to cover.
I have been writing on this blog since 2016. My technical interests are Distributed Systems and Networks in general, but this blog engages a wider audience. It stands as a living record of my growth and struggles, triumphs and lessons in my work and life. I hope you find them useful, too.
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