Hey there! I'm Stefan.
I'm a sophomore at University of Washington, class of 2016. My intended major is Computer Science, and I'm most interested in mobile and web development.
I have fun at hackathons, with my most recent one being AngelHack's AppHack, where my team built an android app that enables users to quickly swap social networks and contact information over bluetooth.
I've previously attended:
Out 4 Undergrad's hour-long closing hackathon, where my team and I came up with a service called NameTag, an effortless way for eventgoers to connect with others at the event.
I love learning languages, and I'm partially fluent in Swedish and Spanish.
I'm now finally using github. Feel free to check me out!
I tend to make little webapps for simplifying my life and the life of my friends and coworkers. To the right are links to different tools I've made that I actually consider useful (and more that I don't consider useful).
I work as technical support staff for the best department in the world.
I've always been 'that guy' who fixes everyone else's computers, so I sort of naturally fell into working in IT through high school. On arriving at UW, I was deemed cool enough to work in support for the computer science department, and it's one of the best jobs I've ever had.
I also help build and maintain the UW CSE website.
I also volunteer to teach high school kids how to code. I work and volunteer for DawgBytes, UW CSE's outreach program. We run a number of individual events during the year for middle and high school students, including various programming competitions and open house events. Every summer we have programming summer camps where students can learn how to program in Java and make android apps.