I’m a PhD student in the systems group at New York University. I mainly write about my research and minor computer quibbles. Prior to my switch over to the posh academic lifestyle, I worked at Google and a (failed) search engine startup.
My focus is on frameworks for distributed programming – with the goal of making it easier to write programs for distributed environments (such as large computer clusters). I’ve extended existing successful techniques to support a wider range of applications, and to allow for different ways of developing programs.
If you want to read some of my ramblings, check out my blog.
A fast, non-blocking RPC library for Python.
Combines user-level threading with some helper functions for performing
collective operations to make a more user-friendly MPI.
My advisor is Jinyang Li.