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.
My career oriented public resume can be found here.
- 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…
A Hugo theme with light/dark mode toggling, syntax highlighting, and MathJax. Used for this current site.
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