About

Amy is currently a third-year Computer Science major at U.C. Berkeley. She likes to cook meat and climb tall things. Recently, she's gotten into bead art. Overall, she's pretty all right.

Work

Amy's worked in a few places...

Google: FEP Software Engineering Intern, June 2012-August 2012

  • Implemented Product Ads on mobile devices
  • Extensive use of MapReduce, BigTable, ProtocolBuffers, and other internal Google technology
  • Created a demo website that would serve contextually appropriate ads from the server

Astrid: Android Intern, January 2012

  • Pair programmed with the lead Android developer on Astrid, a social to-do list application
  • Created and implemented a natural language date parser using regexes to the Android app
  • Added UI features that improved the first-time user experience

Personal Projects

Amy likes to code for fun sometimes...

Fill the board with a single color in as few moves as possible!
A simple android widget that keeps track of a single habit for 21 days. By 21 days, the habit should be effortlessly automatic.
A fun little Android app that gamifies your workouts. Perfect for living room, body-weight exercises!

Research

Amy pokes around in people's phones in search of knowledge...

She helped write this paper: “Netcalls: End Host Function Calls to Network Traffic Processing Services“.

She's currently working on a paper about mobile devices leaking personally indentifiable information (Estimated date to be finished: June 2013).

Contact

You can contact Amy at her LinkedIn
or her email, amytang0 at gmail dot com.