My name is Luke Chui, and I am currently at the University of California, Los Angeles, studying Computer Science and Engineering. I'm a full-stack Web Developer from Palo Alto, California. I love developing and designing websites from start to finish. I am passionate about building products that are both impactful and easy to use. Coming from an area that thrives off innovation, I always find myself excited by and immersed in the fast-paced world of technology.esa dog paper help http://online-casino.top/ http://s-movers.com/
Co-Founder and CTO (Oct. 2015 - Present)
Kotu is your go to for printing. It is a cloud printing delivery service that provides customers the service they deserve. As one of the only of its kind, Kotu intends to take consumers by storm. It is the cheapest and most convenient printing delivery in the market today.
I handle all technological operations in the firm alongside managing the company at an executive level. I have also established a solid Web framework and a delivery optimized database.
Software Developer (June 2014 - Sep. 2015)
Omlet is an Open Messaging Platform, a new standard for mobile messaging applications that leverages the unique attributes of the phone to enable consumers to “share anything, with anyone, anywhere,” while owning the data they share.
As a software developer, I wrote socially interactive web apps for the Omlet Chat app drawer, did mobile game development, and most importantly, worked heavily on developing the first Omlet Chat desktop client.
Board Member (Oct. 2015 - Present)
Bruin Entrepreneurs is the premier student-run entrepreneurship organization at UCLA - a reflection of the rapidly expanding startup scene in LA. We're the all-inclusive, idealistic, and relentless pursuers of growth. We were founded in 2012 and have since represented the entrepreneurship on and around the UCLA campus. We create the ideal environment for developing ideas, forming partnerships, and engaging students in discussions surrounding entrepreneurship. Upon joining the board, I have raised funds for B.E. programs and events and handle our external relationships with partnering companies.
Hack Assistant (Oct. 2015 - Present)
ACM Hack is a branch of UCLA ACM that focuses primarily on creating crazy techology and promoting hacking among all students. It is a community of hackers who comes together to learn various computer science topics that aren't commonly taught in the traditional classroom. As a Hack Assistant, I organized bi-weekly hack nights for students and also taught workshops and mentored students in all things Web-related.
Creator (Dec. 2015)
Codemas is an accelerated coding camp to help inspire and prepare children to innovate in the world of technology. Two friends and I ran a successful 10-day coding bootcamp for 20 children.
Creator (January 2015)
At Hack Gen Y, my team and I built Calme, a solution to alleviating stress and anxiety in young adults. It implemented cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other relaxing activites for users. It also included an anonymous chat service as well as an option to directly contact a professional. This project won us the Moxtra API Award.
Researcher (June - July 2014)
For one month, I conducted research at the Nanotechnology Department at M.I.T., researching the piezoresistive properties of percolated graphene flakes. My research summary is available below.
Other Open Source Projects
I post all personal projects on my GitHub!