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Growing up in Cupertino, I’ve gotten used to watching everyone around me stressing about their grades and to be honest, I was one of them also. I would check the online gradebook, Schoolloop, at least twice a day to check for grade updates and I was tired of teachers taking weeks to update a single grade. I was often frustrated because I had to go through the tedious process of calculating the grade myself assuming…

June 23, 2017 5:28 PM

Palo Alto Networks Information Security Capture the Flag Event 2017

Safety and Security. Two of the most important things that we value in our lives. But what does it mean to be safe and secure? From a developer’s perspective, our priority is completing an application in time for the release, causing us to forget the most essential step of all, ensuring that everything we build is safe and secure. This failure to safeguard the application and assure user privacy has devastating consequences. …

April 26, 2017 8:30 PM

You’re probably wondering why 8 year olds are learning JavaScript. At least that’s what I would have thought after seeing that picture. Last month, I thought about how I began programming back in 9th grade, learning about variables and loops for the first time. There were at least 10 other students just as confused as I was when we first learned these new concepts. But I was a freshman in high school and apparently, I was expected to know basic programming before I took that Java class. It struck me like lightning! Was I really…

TinoHacks 2017 Team (Top Left to Right: Justin, Davin, Kashyap, Seiji, Me; Bottom Left to Right: Shruthi, Justine, Nithya)

April 26, 2017 6:40 PM

I remember September 9, 2016, the day it all began. I met Kashyap and Justine after school and they told me about TinoHacks, Cupertino’s first full-fledged high school hackathon. I was excited and immediately offered to help them organize the event. Joining the team changed my life for the next 7 months, and I can’t thank the awesome team enough for making this event one of the best experiences for myself and other hackers alike. …

Sriharsha Guduguntla

Full Stack Developer. Researcher at Berkeley RISE Lab. Former intern at @salesforce. UC Berkeley Class of 2022

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