Vignesh Ramesh

Application Engineer, @ Facebook

Changelog

July 2017

Joined full-time at Facebook

Joined as an Application Engineer at Facebook.

July 2017

Moved to San Francisco

Time to get my nature on. Gonna climb a mountain.

May 2017

Graduated from NYU

Graduated with a M.S. in Computer Science. Go Cyclones!

Feb 2017

Listed as Feature Project at NYUHACK

Check out more about the project here!

June 2016

Interned at Radiator Labs

Software Engineer Intern, New York

  • Worked on the distributed backend system and operational app.
  • I also did a lot of Python.

July 2015

Moved to New York

Time to get on the Subway. Graduate Student at NYU

Sep 2013

Joined full-time at Verizon

Analyst System Developer, India

  • Joined after graduation as a software engineer in Verizon's Finance team.
  • Awarded as 2014's - Outstanding Employee
  • Spotlight Award for the work at Verizon Finance

May 2013

Graduated from Anna University

Graduated with a B.E. in Computer Science.

  • CKO at LemonIvy
  • Event Coordinator - Sandart

Speaker Bio

People often ask for one of these. Here ya go.

Vignesh is an Application Engineer at Facebook and graduated from New York University. He's worked for Radiator Labs, Verizon Communication, Sate Bank of India and Praudyogiki Technolabs, and did a bachelor's degree in computer science from Anna University in 2013. He's had the honor of working with various organizations, including Hacker Fund and VDSI. He's active developer in the computer society of India and National Entrepreneurship Network.

People who know vignesh best say that he's a go-getter person. He wants to inspire generations of STEM students to be the best they can be, and his favorite quote is from Helen Keller: "One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar". He also likes tacos and pop music.

Projects/Releases

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