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Zachary Wasserman

I'm Zachary Wasserman, recent Computer Science graduate at UPenn, and KPCB Fellows Software Engineering intern at Opower.

Zachary Wasserman recently graduated from the computer science department at the University of Pennsylvania. Zach's studies have brought him through a full undergraduate curriculum, and into graduate classes with a focus on systems and security. During his summers, Zachary has worked first as a software engineering intern at Hulu, developing an internal cloud management system, and later at Opower, working on Hadoop and data infrastructure. In his current position at Opower, Zach is also a fellow in the KPCB Fellows program.

In 2013, Zach will begin working full time for Facebook as a Software Engineer. Before he begins, he will be traveling the world, rock climbing and adventuring.

Zachary Wasserman's Background

Zachary Wasserman's Experience

Distributed Systems Lab Researcher at University of Pennsylvania

September 2010 - Present | Philadelphia, PA

Worked on tools and research that led to a paper on wireless radio security, published in the 2011 Usenix Security Conference. Continued work in developing tools for analyzing wireless radio traffic.

KPCB Fellows Software Engineering Intern at Opower

June 2012 - August 2012 | San Francisco, CA

Built Hadoop based data processing for Opower's patented energy usage disaggregation mechanisms. Fellow for the Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers Fellows program.

Software Engineering Intern at Hulu

June 2011 - August 2011 | Santa Monica, CA

Built an internal cloud management system similar to Amazon EC2, including a Python based API, and web client. This system is now used to manage Hulu's extensive use of virtual servers in their platform.

Lead Online Developer at The Daily Pennsylvanian

December 2009 - June 2010 | Philadelphia, PA

Managed all development on The Daily Pennsylvanian's web properties, including and Optimized performance of MySQL queries to reduce server load and downtime. Recruited and managed a team of developers.

GamesCrafters Researcher at UC Berkeley

January 2006 - December 2007 | Berkeley, CA

Programmed a board game in C to be perfectly solved by the Gamesman system.

Zachary Wasserman's Education

University of Pennsylvania

2009 – 2013


Concentration: Computer Science

Activities: Leader of PennQuest pre-orientation program

Zachary Wasserman's Interests & Activities

Computer science, programming, Python, C, Haskell, Java, Rock Climbing

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