My name is Alexander Wong. I was born into the millennial demographic cohort. My first computer was the Tandy 1000, where I spent many summers playing old Sierra text adventure games like Kings Quest and Manhunter.
I am currently a graduate student at the University of Alberta, Department of Computing Science, living in Alberta, Canada. I began pursuing my Master’s degree in September 2018 due to a stubborn curiosity regarding the mechanisms of deep neural networks and their impressive results in image classification and segmentation tasks. My research is currently in the classification and analysis of 12-lead electrocardiogram signals.
- Personal GitHub page: github.com/awwong1
- Self-Hosted Gitea: git.udia.ca/alex
- LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/awwong1
- Keybase: keybase.io/udia
- Matrix: @alex:matrix.udia.ca
An incomplete and arbitrarily ranked list of my open source projects and contributions, categorized by primary programming language…
Locally sourced data and free range programmers providing high quality free picnic recommendations.
Contributor: ECE Week 2016 Hackathon team entry.
Contributor: Added section for Generators, Anamorphisms, and Catamorphisms.
End to end encrypted notes application with nested folders, real-time browser updates, service worker/offline capabilities.
React Client consumed a GraphQL API endpoint, managed storage to a postgresql database.
Sole Maintainer (Archived).
Client Source | Server Source
gpg --export --armor 48797A6E15706026C51E9CF50F8D1FA50FC4B4EE > alex.asc