Business Automation & Intelligence
I co-founded and served as CTO of WhoPaid.It, an online expense-tracking service and app.
Our work looked at the nature and fabric of social expenses and peer-to-peer payments. We explored ideas surrounding micro-payment transactions and social payment data analytics.
WhoPaid.It was launched in 2012.
I’ve participated in a lot of hackathons. A hackathon is a programming competition. Here are some prizes I’ve won.
I took part in Hacking Health, an initiative that brings together technology creators and healthcare professionals to collaborate on human-centric solutions to healthcare problems.
My project looked at the relationships between open databases of drugs and diseases, using linked data sources to build a cross-referencing tool for describing drug indications and contraindications alongside potential drug interactions.
The work was presented at the Hacking Health event at Centre hospitalier universitaire Ste-Justine.
I participated in MuseoMix Montreal, a collaborative 3-day museum remix event combining technology, art, and creativity with the goal of reinventing and augmenting the museum experience.
My team’s project was an interactive installation built as a temporary exhibit at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal).