Hi! I'm Heman Gandhi, a sophomore computer science and mathematics major at Rutgers.
Location: Princeton, NJ
Find me in all the places:
Optum Inc, Summer of 2016
Using C#, implemented various finite-state machines and a
tokenizer to parse COBOL code to extract variable meta-data.
Improved the extraction program to read the 120,000+ files from
the mainframe and load data onto a database within 2 hours, down
from 2 days for a handful of the files.
Mphasis Inc, Summer of 2015
Using the WAMP protocol through AutobahnJS and Crossbar.io,
helped design and implement a multi-screen interactive application
with a ProcessingJS, jQuery, and Bootstrap front-end.
CS:Data Structures, Data 101, Computer Architecture, Systems Programming
Math:Real analysis, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra
Keyboard Keyboard | Best Hardware Hack, HackNY fall 2016
In a team of two, created a python tool with pyaudio and scipy to
recognize audio input to simulate a keyboard and produce sound
output for keyboard input, helping blind people to interact with the
Gifs Against Humanity | HackPrinceton, Fall 2016
Learned Node.JS and Socket.io to implement a parody of cards
against humanity where cards are replaced by GIFS. Socket.io
multi-cast messages were used to allow for chatting in addition to
Project Evermore | Top 10, Philly Codefest spring 2016
Built a web page to help disabled people report inaccessible
buildings or paths. Used PHP backend with jQuery and the Google
Waitlist Exchange | Best Overall, Codeday 2016
In a team of two, created a wait-list exchange python and jQuery
website which allows users to communicate to trade assets between
Skills / Proficiencies
Tools et al: Git, Bash, Neo4j, jQuery, Google APIs