May 2020 - August 2020
At Reddit, I worked on the Ads & Monetization team to implement a bid suggestions feature and create a new forecasting service for Reddit’s ad-serving platform. I worked with Python, Thrift, and Airflow.
January 2020 - Present
Built MassApply, a platform for job-seekers to easily apply to companies, cold-email recruiters, and track their applications. Since launching, MassApply has amassed over 10,000 users and has helped at least 16 people land job offers.
May 2019 - August 2019
At the leading cloud-based data aggregator Oracle Data Cloud, I worked on a new blockchain-based payments platform as part of the FinTech team. I built the API application layer for this platform using GraphQL, Golang, and Kubernetes.
May 2018 - August 2018
At the Cloud Management company Rackspace, I contributed to the their Cloud Control Panel as part of the Managed Public Cloud Services team. I worked on a new micro-UI that provides customers with their AWS and GCP account usage and billing information using Node.js and React.js frameworks.
June 2017 - August 2017
At the AI and analog power analysis company PFP Cybersecurity, I wrote python scripts for a printer hacking demo, and built the front-end UI with the Electron framework for a demonstration of the company's products at Black Hat USA 2017.
July 2016 - August 2017
Naman Mobile Apps regularly publishes apps on the Google Play Store and has received over 1,500 total downloads and 4-5 star ratings on all 3 apps.
One of 18 people chosen as a semifinalist for U.Pitch, Future Founders' Annual National Collegiate Business Competition. See this article!
Pitched MassApply, a platform for students to easily apply to companies, contact recruiters, and track applications. Awarded $400 prize.
Created an application for users to visualize their spoken stories in real time using Google Cloud Services for Speech-To-Text and NLP.
Built a platform to detect student engagement in online classrooms using real-time webcam data, Google Cloud Vision, and ML.
Won the Most Popular Prize for project rebuilding an internal reporting engine using serverless FaaS (Functions as a Service) technology.
Built a mobile app that uses Microsoft Cognitive Services API to analyze a picture of the user’s environment and pass image tags to the Spotify API to provide an original playlist of music based on the user’s surroundings.
Developed a web app that automatically grades your GitHub projects according to standard style guidelines and provides detailed feedback on the breakdown of your major styling mistakes.
Won with the web application Draw Platformer, which takes an uploaded hand drawn picture, and uses Computer Vision to turn it into a playable game map on a web browser. Read this article!
Placed in the Top 6 with Raptionary, a mobile application that provides insight into modern music by integrating song lyrics with an Urban Dictionary lookup tool powered by the jsoup API.
Received "Recognition of Outstanding Achievement in Science & Engineering" at the 2016 ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) Annual Conference in New Orleans. Watch my interview!
Won 1st Place in the Cyber-Technology/Security Category at the international competition with the mobile application "MediKey", which enables secure sharing of relevant lifesaving medical information of a patient with Emergency Health Technicians (EMT's) in first-response scenarios using NFC (Near Field Communication). See this news article!
Hi! I'm Naman Singh, and I study Computer Science and Mathematics at Virginia Tech. I love working on projects that blend coding and creativity. I'm an aspiring Software Engineer and Entrepreneur looking for new and exciting opportunities. Thank you for taking the time to look at my portfolio page!