Hello! My name rhymes with embargo. People call me Deedy.
As of May 2013, I'm interning at Google, on YouTube, until August.
I just finished a long 4th semester at Cornell University, working on Phabricator under Evan Priestley
and researching at the Cornell Phonetics Lab.
Phabricator is a suite of web applications that help software companies communicate about software effectively. It was created at Facebook. Phabricator is also used at many other companies such as Airtime, Asana, Dropbox, Path, Quora, and more.
Captor is a YouTube captioning service that combines minimalism with intuitiveness to allow quick hassle-free caption creation.
Myflix is a minimalistic instant search for movies and their User and Audience ratings backed by the RottenTomatoes API.
Instudy provides a minimalistic instant search interface to search for Cornell University courses.
Hi, I'm Debarghya Das. People call me Deedy.
I'm a front-end and back-end developer, part time web developer and designer, freelance thinker, cinephile, and a lover of interesting, relevant and hard problems.
Broadly, I'm interested in Graphics and Software Engineering as a whole. I enjoy creating everyday hacks that make some unnecessarily time-consuming tasks a little easier. Speech articulatory patterns, new technologies and scripting particularly fascinate me. The quantitative nature of Finance and Trading excite me as well.
Live to learn and learn to live.Anna M. Redcay
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