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Hi there! 👋🏻

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I’m a computer scientist in Massachusetts with graduate education and 11 years industry experience. I’ve worked on static program analysis, symbolic execution, compilers and interpreters, fuzz testing, and application security.

I currently work in a team at Praetorian that is combining static analysis with machine learning (specifically, large language models) to amplify and augment the capabilities of offensive security operators.

You can find my resume here. I’ve also written and presented several peer-reviewed publications over the years.

Open Source

Nearly all of my professional work has been in closed-source proprietary codebases. But some has been open-source, including these:

Popular repositories

  1. Code for the experiments in the AAAI-10 paper "Searching Without a Heuristic: Efficient Use of Abstraction" by Bradford Larsen, Ethan Burns, Wheeler Ruml, and Robert C. Holte

    C++ 2 1

  2. bdd Public

    Binary decision diagrams in C, with an emphasis on correctness, clarity, and performance

    C 2 2

  3. hs-cudd Public

    Haskell bindings to CUDD, the CU Decision Diagram Package

    C 1 1

  4. Forked from ekmett/ansi-wl-pprint

    The Wadler/Leijen Pretty Printer for colored ANSI terminal output


  5. ghcid Public

    Forked from ndmitchell/ghcid

    Very low feature GHCi based IDE


  6. Forked from macports/macports-ports

    The MacPorts ports tree


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Contribution activity

August 2022

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
83 contributions in private repositories Aug 1 – Aug 18

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