Rohan Rajpal

Hey, I'm a coder who is a big foodie and even cooks sometimes. I love anything involving data engineering and have been recently exploring the world of blockchain.

One of my favorite projects was during Google Summer of Code, where I redesigned some VLC media player components. This year I interned at The Expedia group, where I built a scalable and secure data transfer pipeline.

My college ID defines me as a Computer Science major, but when you get right down to it, I'm much more — I'm an investor, blogger, design enthusiast, startup lover, traveler, and an open-source geek.

Projects

SevaShop

Take any service onlineReact, Firebase, JavaScript, Next.js, GraphQL, Figma, PostgreSQL, TypeScript, DigitalOcean, Vercel

Skills

Python
Java
JavaScript
React
C++
TypeScript
PyTorch
Elasticsearch
Cloud
Data Analysis
Machine Learning
Nodejs
GraphQL
VR
Cloud Computing

Experience

  • Realvol - Software Developer Intern
    May 2018 - July 2018
    • Developed a Unity mobile VR app to view MRI scans. Built the VR interactions and helped in the data processing.
    • Coded all the hands-free interactions and helped in the data processing.
  • VideoLAN - Google Summer of Code Student
    June 2019 - August 2019
    • Redesigned the VLC Media Player for Linux/Windows platform using Qt/C++ and QML.
    • Focused on designing and developing more fluid and intuitive interactions and wrote production level code.
  • Expedia Group - Associate Software Development Engineer Intern
    May 2020 - July 2020
    • Worked on handling data between MongoDB and S3 by making microservices with Spark job in Scala
    • Understood how to deploy applications to the cloud with security and performance in mind
  • Precog - Undergraduate Researcher
    August 2020 - Present
    • Built a strong data collection pipeline using the Elastic-Logstash-Kibana(ELK) stack
    • Wrote down efficient Elasticsearch DSL queries
    • Used Open Source Intelligence tools like Twint to collect tweets
    • Applied reverse engineering methods using Mitmproxy to reverse engineer an app's API