Are you interested in developing Android apps? I've started making YouTube videos for practical, hands-on Android development: https://www.youtube.com/user/rpandey1234
I'm an Android engineer working on Facebook Portal. I was at Pinterest for 2.5 years, where I primarily worked on the commerce product. I also worked at a recommender systems startup after spending 5 wonderful years at Stanford University studying Computer Science. In addition to Android, I like working on projects involving video tech or recommendation systems.
In my free time, I really enjoy baked goods and teaching (sometimes as the same time). I've taught with (CS198 at Stanford and Codepath). I play soccer, frisbee, and tennis.
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Some of my projects:
- Notate: Share thoughts at particular points in YouTube videos. Available on Web and iOS.
- Train: Groups up to 7 people and videos up to 7 seconds! Train is a fun and easy way to send videos to the people you care about. Available for Android on Google Play.
- Algorithm Helper: An Android app which explains algorithms and data structures in an intuitive way. Writing content for the app is my way of sharing some knowledge with interested folks. The content is on Github
- deebrief.com: Deebrief is a new way to share your thoughts on Youtube videos. Discover insightful comments and interesting questions at particular times in a video. Share some Deebriefs with your friends; we think you'll be surprised at how much better video sharing can be.
- basmatiraas.com: Design and implementation of our dance team website using AngularJS, Ruby on Rails, and Sass. Authentication through Stanford WebAuth, with ability to create/modify profiles and embed and comment on videos. Github
- Epulo: Borrow and supply ingredients! Built for our Human Computer Interaction (HCI) class in 2014, Epulo was created using Angular, Node.js, and PostgresQL, hosted by Heroku. Github
- Additt: Senior project (2013) to create 'Instagram for advertising'. Users create photo ads for brands using the mobile interface, and get rewarded based on crowd recognition. Both the web and mobile app were launched, but are not currently developed. Github
- Picture Study: A quick exercise with the Flickr API. The idea is that you can leave the app running while you study, and every few seconds or minutes, it will show you a new picture of something you find agreeable (like pandas!). Github
- Hindi-English Inline Translator: A Firefox add-on which allows you to translate the selected Hindi text into English and vice versa.
- Pinterest: Andrdoid and API engineer working on the commerce product.
- SNAP lab: Research Assistant with Jure Leskovec focused on increasing social engagement on simtk.org. Simtk.org is a site used by thousands of biomedical researchers who want to model physics-based simulation of biological structures.
- Facebook: Software Engineer intern focused on ranking text reviews on restaurant pages according to user relevance. Also worked on extracting meaningful portions of reviews for use in Facebook search.
- WalmartLabs: Member of Technical Staff intern focused on building a Ruby on Rails web app to visualize the trends in Walmart search data. Wrote hive scripts which imported data according to a cron job.
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