Hi, I’m Charles Feng. Here’s a short summary of what I’ve done.
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Poynt — Software engineer April 2014 – Present
Building an open platform to fix commerce.
SpotOn.it — CTO & co-founder July 2012 – April 2014
Building a business-to-customer communications platform on top of calendar.
Was in the StartX Winter 2013 session.
Stanford University September 2009 – December 2011 [left for startup]
Doctor of Philosophy, Bioengineering
Bachelor’s Degree, Bioengineering
Fcancer July 2013 - Present
An online community for volunteers to pledge their skills to cancer charities. Start the fight young.
Yelp for cryptocurrencies. Local businesses, ratings, and more.
Transit September 2013 [offline]
Responsive, location-aware web app for displaying real-time Caltrain and BART schedules.
Source code on GitHub.
Mastermind November 10-12, 2012 [offline]
Real-time data aggregation dashboard, distilling & presenting business data in a visually pleasing format.
Placed 2nd worldwide out of ~150 teams at Node Knockout 2012. Source code on GitHub.
Happenology January – June 2012 [offline]
Event and trip planning service for groups, featuring scheduling, to-do and to-bring lists, route planning and more.
Virtual Bioimaging Laboratory September 2007 – March 2008 [offline]
Online, interactive virtual laboratory where students could perform simulated experiments using various biomedical imaging modalities.
Metaspectra June 2006 – August 2006 [offline]
Searchable database of Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) imaging data, with results linked to appropriate journal articles.
Received a 42S (99.9% percentile) on the MCAT in January 2008; started teaching for Examkrackers soon after that. Created and used these outlines during my four years of teaching.
Made and freely distributed study guides for high school honors and AP classes. Over 100,000 downloads since then.