Pleased to meet you! My name is Nile Camai, and I'm a Computer Science student at the University of Washington.
I love the potential that computing has to positively impact the lives of others. All it takes is one great idea to make waves as a software developer. I hope that the fusion of logical and creative thinking that defines computer science can spark interest in others, too!
These past two summers, I've interned at Google!
During summer 2022, I was a Software Engineer intern under the Ads team in Mountain View, CA, helping migrate an Ads review tool to a new frontend stack. At my previous summer 2021 remote internship for the Payments team, I built a fully-featured component for an internal web catalog.
As a previous member of Advanced Robotics at the University of Washington, a student organization at my school that participates in the DJI RoboMaster University League, I developed main control board code that competition robots use to compete against other teams as well as contributed to an open-source library named taproot which helps other teams easily bootstrap a working robot.
I was also a teaching assistant at UW for CSE 332: Data Structures and Parallelism in Winter/Spring 2022, CSE 143: Computer Programming II in Spring 2021, and CSE 142: Computer Programming I in Winter 2021.
When I'm not coding, I love to sleep. Other things I enjoy include cooking, bouldering, and gaming. Fashion and mechanical keyboards are probably my most expensive hobbies at the moment. I like trying new things, seeking discomfort, and making the most out of life.
Feel free to connect through the links at the bottom of my website!