I am a software engineer in Meta’s AI Infrastructure group, working on improving the reliability of large-scale machine learning model training infrastructure.

Previously, I was a software engineer at Amazon Web Services.
I was also a AAAS Mass Media fellow and wrote for *New Scientist*, *NPR*, *Quanta Magazine*, and other publications.

Before all that, I used to do math. (Are you perhaps looking for my blog post on The Hydra Game?)

I live in Brooklyn with a human and three cats. Every once in a while, I write and make music.

Talk to me, if you wish.

### Blog Posts

- An introduction to Kerberos
- Elias M. Stein, 1931-2018
- Reservoir sampling: who discovered Algorithm R?
- The average isn't always average
- Embeddings in data science
- How to find new planets
- A crash course in logic
- Elements of linear algebra
- Elements of abstract algebra
- An introduction to group actions
- Maximal function theory
- Fourier analysis on boolean hypercubes
- Bochner integration
- Killing the hydra
- The Kakeya problem in harmonic analysis
- Rademacher's theorem