Hi, I'm Brad! I'm a software developer living in Seattle and working at Microsoft. I've worked at Microsoft since the summer of 2012 as a developer on the Operating System Performance team. Before that, I was a student at Northwestern University where I majored in Computer Science and Economics.
I love software problems of all kinds, and I'm at home working anywhere in the software stack. In my time at Microsoft, I've checked in code to the Xbox One hypervisor, the NT kernel, the HoloLens video capture pipeline, and the Windows Performance Analyzer just to give a few examples. As an undergraduate, I also wrote a compiler and made contributions to projects as varied as the Palacios hypervisor and the Omnipedia client for Wikipedia.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending my free time skiing, hiking, traveling, watching movies, and working on my ray tracer.