Alumni

Here is a list of former coreteam members. We are thankful to them for their service.

Eli James/Cedric was a Computer Science undergraduate, and is responsible for Novelr and Pandamian. He loves ebook formats, Python, and cats. (Well, and tea. Lots of tea.) More about him at elijames.org.

Tay Ray Chuan was a software enthusiast and student, with interests as disparate as history and philosophy. In between ploughing through his tutorials, he hacks randomly, mainly in Python and JavaScript. In addition to working on open-source, he hopes to give back to the community through his involvement in NUS Hackers.

Omer Iqbal was a Computer Engineering undergraduate who loves drinking language Koolaid. These days his passions include clojure hacking, Westerosi politics and cheap coffee.

Divyanshu Arora was a Computer Science undergraduate at NUS. His time is mostly split among web development, linux sys administration, and random hacks. Oh, and reading interesting books. More about him at darora.com.

Angad Singh was a Computer Engineering undergraduate. He joined linuxNUS in his first month in NUS and has been with it ever since. He codes to scratch itches, here and there. He also specializes in Embedded Systems with a varied interest in micro-controllers. He started the HackDay Series with the help of his team in NUS. More about him at angad.sg.

Shan was a Computer Science undergraduate. He can almost always be spotted engulfed in either his Android or his laptop. He is an advocate of open source software, and swears by Linux. If not currently engaged by a gadget that is powered up, he would either be tearing it apart to figure out how it works, or to hack it to make it faster, better and more useful! Zealous about stargazing and classical music. Just to name a couple of facets that make up Shan!

Rahul Gokul was , and is, a hardware hacker.

Heng Low Wee was a Computer Science undergraduate. He supports the idea of open source software, and is interested in learning more about anything cool. He is now into developing his first Android app. More about him at about.me/lwheng

Shawn Tan was a Computer Science undergraduate and plans to pursue a career in research. He interests lie in machine learning and AI in general.

Laurence Putra Franslay was a Computer Science undergraduate, and focuses mainly in the area of distributed systems and computer security. He is quite active in the Singaporean geek scene, and is one of the organisers of Geekcamp. More about him at geeksphere.net.

Michael was a Computer Science undergraduate. More about him at ymichael.com.

Jerome was a Computer Science undergraduate. More about him at ayulin.net.

Camillus was a Computer Science undergraduate interested in information security. More about him at qxcg.net.

Benedict was a Computer Science undergraduate with interests in Software Engineering. You can reach him at benedict@nushackers.org

Pallav was a Computer Science undergraduate and AI/algorithms enthusiast. More about him at pshinghal.com.

Yujian was a Computer Science undergraduate who likes reading, mathematics, computer science, technology and Spongebob. He also likes to try out new stuff when he’s free. More about him at yjyao.com.

Zhi An was a Computer Science undergraduate and also goes by Anzai. When he’s not doing school work, he loves reading technology news (Hacker News is his favourite) and trying out new Linux distributions. More about him at ngzhian.com.

Joey was a Computer Science undergraduate.

Stacey was a Computer Science undergraduate who loves trekking, philosophy, and tea. More about him at staceytay.com.

Vishnu was a CS student who’s interested in too many things at once. You can learn absolutely nothing more about him at his website vishnuprem.com, but you can follow him on twitter. He’s contactable at vishnu@nushackers.org.

Jeremias was a Computer Engineering undergraduate who loves electronics, music and philosophy.

Chu-Ming was an Electrical Engineering undergraduate with an interest in Computer Science. More about him at changchuming.github.io.

Jingwen was a Computer Science undergraduate. He’s interested in software engineering, programming languages, scalability, vim and techno. He is on Twitter and his personal site is at jin.crypt.sg.

Harish V was a Computer Engineering undergraduate and tech enthusiast. Loves to explore the realms of software engineering and music. More information about him here: harishv7.github.io.

David was a Computer Science undergraduate who loves learning and learning how to learn. You can reach him at david@nushackers.org.

Deshun was a Computer Science undergraduate. He likes chocolate.

Li Kai was a Computer Science undergraduate who builds websites, then builds some more. github.com/li-kai.

Advay was a computer science undergraduate. You can find out more about him here

Varun was a CS undergrad interested in Programming Languages and Algorithms. He frequents hackathons and keeps busy with his startup. He’s a varsity Ultimate Frisbee player and cycles around Singapore on weekends. He’s reachable at varun@nushackers.org

Johannes Choo was a computer science undergraduate. His secondary interests include classical languages and philosophy. You can find his code at github.com/jhanschoo and his blog at jhanschoo.github.io.

Jiayee was a computer science undergraduate trying to build a webpage (then website) which she can call her own. Current attempts here: GlacieReiN.

Ramu was an EE undergrad who likes to exercise his imagination and toy with unconventional ideas. He’s into puzzling, tinkering, making and programming. Engage Ramu at ramu@nushackers.org.

Herbert was a computer science + mathematics student with a broad range of interests. Reach out to him here!

Jethro was a computer science undergraduate, who hacks all things hackable. He organizes an Emacs meetup and would love to see you there! You can stalk him here.

Rachael was a business analytics undergraduate that loves exploring many fields, such as psychology, AI and design. She hope to create and recreate more as she experiments with new things. First attempt in creating a website. Get in touch with her at rachaeltay@nushackers.org.

Raynold was a computer science student interested in Algorithms, Math and dodgeball. You can find his code at github.com/raynoldng. You can engage him at raynold@nushackers.org

Francis was a sushi-loving, rock-climbing, tembusu-staying, mural-painting, vampires-studying, Computer Engineering student, hoping to extend this list as the years go by.

Suyash was a computer science undergraduate student who loves everything tech, from new home automation hacks to new apps. He might be new to the world of making things but has been breaking things his whole life. Feel free to contact him at suyash@nushackers.org.

Julius was a computer science undergraduate who also enjoys Aerospace Engineering, Music Theory and History (reflected in his favourite games: Kerbal Space Program and Europa Universalis IV). You can find his codes here and his website here.

Joel was a computer science undergraduate with an interest in machine learning and distributed systems. Still figuring out how to be as legit as everyone else on this page. You can find him on Kaggle and his website .

E-Liang was a computer science undergraduate with a decade-long interest in software engineering, and a current love for developing full-stack web applications. Star his repos here.