I am based in New York City and completed a five-year program at Northeastern University’s College of Computer and Information Science, where I graduated in 2008 with a dual degree in Computer Science & Cognitive Psychology. Remember kids, every time you write code without tests, Matthias Felleisen kills a kitten!
I like a lot of different music and will talk about it incessantly if someone doesn’t interrupt me. I post random reviews about albums and concerts that I’ve been to lately. Living/working in New York City really makes it easy to see some awesome new music!
I won’t shut up on Twitter (@rachelober) because I am much more proficient at stream-of-consciousness micro-blogging rather than long-winded posts, so feel free to message me there. You can also take a look at my Tumblr that houses richer texts that are too long for Twitter but not long enough to validate a full post here on my blog.
I also post public projects to my GitHub account that I do in my free time or as open-sourced projects from my job.
I am currently accepting short-term contracts, if you are interested please contact me via the contact form on this website.