Hi! I am a person who lives in a place and has done some things.

Note: I have reasons for the vagueness of this page. If we're already in
contact with each other (personally or professionally), contact me privately
and I can explain the situation if necessary.

A Brief Resume
Work Experience:
    Software Engineering Intern at Google (Summer 2017)
        I wrote some code that made some generated code faster than runs on
        stuff I can't talk about.
    Undergraduate Student Instructor for CS 61A at UC Berkeley
        (Summer 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, and Fall 2017)
        Taught a 90 minute lab and a 90 minute discussion each week for ~30
        students. Held weekly office hours. Developed course software.
        Spring 2017: Organized alternate exam accommodations
        Fall 2017: Head TA in charge of software development
    Tutor for CS 61A at UC Berkeley (Spring 2016)
	Led a small group (<5 students) review session weekly.
	Developed course software.

    I built the official online Scheme interpreter for 61A.
    I also wrote some Android apps in high school that some people downloaded.
    I put a lot of stuff on my GitHub (my username is what you would expect).

How To Contact Me

If this is about an Android app I developed, please use the address listed
on Google Play. I probably won't respond, but I will receive your message.

If this is related to teaching or anything else I do at Berkeley (including
software I have developed for the course I teach), please use my Berkeley
address (it's on the course website).

If you have questions about my GitHub projects (excluding Android apps) or
if you are a tech company looking to hire me, please email "jathak" at the
base domain of this address (not including the subdomain). Anyone that sends
a request for Android app support to this address will be blocked.

If you know me personally, you should probably just send me a Facebook message.

If I have ever given you my Gmail address, it is fine to email me there.

All other inquiries should be written on a paper airplane and thrown to the
wind. If it's important, I'll receive it.