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Jared Zoneraich

Software Engineering Intern

Software Engineer at Tecton; UC Berkeley '20

Greater New York City Area

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Facebook

Software Engineering Intern

May 2019 to August 2019

Greater New York City Area

Implisit (acquired by Salesforce)

Software Developer

October 2015 to March 2016

Tel Aviv, Israel

Major League Hacking

Intern

July 2015 to October 2015

Greater New York City Area

Jared Zoneraich's Education

UC Berkeley College of Engineering

Bachelor’s Degree, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

2015 to 2020

Bergen County Academies (High School)

Computer Science

2011 to 2015

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Facebook

Software Engineering Intern on the Civic Integrity team in NYC

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About Jared Zoneraich

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Software Engineering Intern @ Facebook Software Engineering Intern on the Civic Integrity team in NYC From May 2019 to August 2019 (4 months) Greater New York City AreaSoftware Developer @ Implisit (acquired by Salesforce) Before I began my university studies, I spent half a year living in Tel Aviv, Israel and working at Implisit. I really loved working as a full-time software engineer in a small team of extremely talented and friendly individuals. At Implisit, I worked closely with one other developer on the front-end. I mostly focussed on refactoring the code base into React, as well as adding features and fixing bugs. Shortly after I left, Implisit was acquired by Salesforce and now powers Salesforce Einstein. I am extremely glad I was able to join this rocketship as it was taking off. However, the biggest skill I acquired from this experience was a discerning taste for hummus. From October 2015 to March 2016 (6 months) Tel Aviv, IsraelIntern @ Major League Hacking During the summer after I graduated from high school, I interned at Major League Hacking. I love spending my time helping inspire students through hackathons, and what better way to do that than to work for the company that devotes itself to helping and empowering student hackathons. At MLH, I spent most of my time either taking calls with high school hackathon organizers to give them advice or building a definitive guide to hackathons. The hackathon guides (https://mlh.io/college-administrator-hackathon-guide) that I created focus on explaining hackathons to school administrators and parents. I noticed a major problem for students trying to start hackathons was explaining what a hackathon is and its benefits to their administrators. The guide includes resources for students to use to present and inform their administrators and parents as to the merits of hackathons. From July 2015 to October 2015 (4 months) Greater New York City AreaTechnology Intern @ Warby Parker I interned at Warby Parker during my sophomore and junior summers of high school. It was amazing to be able to see how much such a fast-growing company can change in a year. During the first summer I interned at Warby Parker, I worked on automating server monitoring with Nagios and implementing RabbitMQ. The next summer, I worked on the front-end with a designer to redesign some of the pages. I loved working at Warby Parker and definitely learned a lot! From July 2013 to August 2014 (1 year 2 months) Greater New York City AreaIntern @ Newlio During my freshman year of high school, I had to choose what to do over the summer. I (correctly) thought an internship would greatly help my education. So I made a few posts on Reddit, and sure enough I got an internship at Newlio! It was very exciting and surprising, given that I was a freshman in high school. Ultimately, I learned a lot and met awesome people! From June 2012 to August 2012 (3 months) Greater New York City AreaAssociate @ Alsop-Louie Partners From October 2016 to June 2020 (3 years 9 months) BerkeleyCyber Research Intern @ IronNet Cybersecurity My internship at IronNet Cybersecurity was my first experience working in the field of security in a professional environment. I interned on the Cyber R&D team and spent most of my time building replicable honeypots to aid malware research. Along with the honeypots, I developed related infrastructure to automate the triage process of malware binaries that are captured. In addition, I researched and built behavioral simulations of vulnerabilities and malware families (e.g., DNS Tunneling for exfiltration). From May 2018 to August 2018 (4 months) Washington D.C. Metro AreaSoftware Engineering Intern @ Google I spent the summer after my freshman year of university interning as a software engineer (SWE) at Google. I was hired by the JavaScript Closure Compiler team in Sunnyvale (under the Language Platforms department).Google was the first large company and official internship program that I took part in, and it was exciting to be a part of such a gargantuan technology company. Having previously only worked at small and medium sized startups, I quickly was introduced to Google's massive number of internal tools, detailed documentation, and myriad of perks.My manager gave me a large amount of autonomy in building my internship project, dubbed "Closure Deps Profiler." This profiler aimed to helped other teams at Google reduce the load size of their web application by analyzing its dependencies and providing *smart* trimming suggestions. This process was previously undocumented at Google, and I hopefully created an easy, useful, and extendable tool to determine dependencies to late-load or remove.Building Closure Deps Profiler from scratch required my familiarization with many of Google's internal tools. In addition, I was able to work on improving how I design programs. I mostly worked in Java (using Guava), JavaScript, and HTML. From May 2017 to August 2017 (4 months) San Francisco Bay AreaIntern @ reddit Inc Throughout my senior year of high school, I spent every Wednesday interning for Alexis Ohanian. I helped Alexis with a wide variety of projects ranging from interviews for his podcasts, price negotiations, securing employee discounts, and reviewing podcast episodes. In addition, I created apps to help him collect emails by directing audiences to text a specific number. I also developed an extension for reddit employees to automate the conversion of reddit posts to social-media-friendly images.For the first half of the year (before Alexis re-joined reddit), I worked from General Catalyst's offices. There I helped examine and identify trends that are apparent in a high school and college demographic.I also spent almost every Wednesday that year trying to meet someone new! From September 2014 to June 2015 (10 months) Founder and Director @ hackBCA Check out: http://hackbca.com/hackBCA is one of the first ever student-run high school hackathons! It was hosted at my high school in Hackensack, New Jersey. A hackathon is an event in which teams spend the weekend building something awesome and then demo it. After I had attended and competed in many collegiate hackathons, I wondered why there were no hackathons for high school students. Thus hackBCA was born.The first hackBCA hackathon attracted 400 students to spend the night coding, with help by mentors like Stephen Wolfram. 290 students (120 of whom have never programmed before) attended a hackathon for the first time. A year later we ran hackBCA II, with a much larger team. 470 high school hackers arrived: 60% attending their first hackathon, 57% programming for the first time, 35% female hackers, and about a 1:10 mentor to student ratio. We also partnered with Intel to offer a scholarship to 30 underserved students where we provided transportation and laptops to help provide these students with the tools they needed to create their future. I had no idea how powerful high school hackathons can actually be when I started hackBCA. hackBCA aims to inspire high school students and show them that they have the power to transform their ideas into reality... the power to build the future. Hundreds of students have left hackBCA with a newfound desire to learn how to code and with the ability to change the world. Programmers have the power to mold the future and share ideas in an unprecedented way, and I am glad we can show students the power they posses. hackBCA is an annual event, although I have passed on the torch. I am looking forward to upcoming iterations! From September 2013 to June 2015 (1 year 10 months)


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