Daniel Willenson's Work Experience
Veo Robotics, Inc.
Principal Embedded Software Engineer
Senior Embedded Software Engineer
Harvard University Extension School
Software Development Engineer
Member of Technical Staff
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Daniel Willenson works for Veo Robotics, Inc.
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Daniel Willenson is Principal Embedded Software Engineer
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About Daniel Willenson
💼 Past Experience
Current position:Daniel Willenson is currently a Software Development Engineer at Amazon.com from October 2013 to June 2015 (1 year 9 months) in Cambridge, MA.rioritizing stories within the Agile development processAs a software developer, I collaborate with product managers, costing and prioritizing stories within the Agile development process. Product managers are responsible for ensuring that the company meets its goals, and ensure that the team has a clear understanding of the goals, even as they develop the product.A tactic that I frequently use to help prioritize stories is the Resilience Model. This is a framework that I developed at Veo Robotics, Inc. that helps developers identify and prioritize the most important aspects of their code. It focuses on identifying the symptoms of Failure and Repair, and then recommends actions to keep the code working while maintaining the expected resilience.I've also used the product backlog as a way to help prioritize stories. The product backlog is a list of features that a team is working on, and it is important to remember that the items on the product backlog are not always necessary. Often, the items on the product backlog can be used to help prioritize the development of a particular story, but they may not always be necessary.Overall, I'm enjoying working on Amazon.com. The company is exciting and I'm getting a lot of experience working on systems that are important for the company, such as the Firefly augmented-reality app. I'm also excited about the prospect of working on more important systems at Amazon.com in the future.
Daniel Willenson's Education:Master of Engineering (MEng), Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 2011 to 2012 Bachelor of Science (BS), Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 2000 to 2011
💡 Technical & Interpersonal Skills
Daniel Willenson's notable technical feats during his time at Amazon.com:--Configuration of the Firefly augmented-reality appDaniel Willenson worked on the development of the Firefly augmented-reality app, specifically on scene text recognition (scene OCR). His work involves both device- and server-side development, and covers a range of disciplines including computer vision, camera and hardware image processing control, multithreaded applications, network communications, and text processing.--R’ Ruby on RailsDaniel Willenson wrote production software that runs on over 40,000 3D printers, most of which is based on designs created in C and x86 assembly. He is also a member of the Technical Staff at VMware, where he implemented features for VMware's core hypervisor and related parts of the software stack.--Linux and ARMDaniel Willenson is a software developer who has focused most of his work in C and x86 assembly. He has also worked on Linux and ARM. These platforms allow him to write code that is both portable and robust.
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Introversion (I), Sensing (S), Thinking (T), Perceiving (P)
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