Chris Brown NC State Computer Science Graduate Student

Graduate student at North Carolina State University pursuing an MS and PhD in Computer Science. Duke Blue Devil (c/o 2013) and former Python developer at Bank of America (2013-2015).

Recent News
  November 29, 2017: NC State Laboratory for Analytic Sciences invited Wednesday Research Meeting talk in Raleigh, NC
  November 11, 2017: Volunteered at North Carolina Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (NC-LSAMP) undergraduate research conference in Raleigh, NC
  October 23-24, 2017: Attended and volunteered at All Things Open in Raleigh, NC
  October 11-13, 2017: Presented and volunteered at Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC 2017) conference in Raleigh, NC
  October 10, 2017: Volunteered at the 2017 Blocks and Beyond Workshop in Raleigh, NC
  October 6-8, 2017: Participated in the 2017 Open Jam open-source game jam
  August 2017: Passed Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administrator certification exam (RHCSA EX200)
  July 2017: Executive Producer of "Why Diversity Matters" for Diversity and Inclusion Week at Red Hat
  June 2017: "How Software Users Recommend Tools to Each Other" accepted as Long Paper to VL/HCC 2017
  June 2017: "Flower: Navigating Program Flow in the IDE" accepted as Short Paper to VL/HCC 2017
  June-August 2017: Quality Engineering Intern at Red Hat in Raleigh, NC
  June 1-3, 2017: Attended 2017 National Society of Blacks in Computing (NSBC) conference in Atlanta, GA
  April 2017: Submitted long and short papers to Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC) 2017
  April 15, 2017: Participated in inaugural Duke Men's Basketball Hackathon
  February 2017: Co-authored paper submitted to Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE) 2017
  February 4, 2017: Attended and volunteered at Open Source 101
  February 2, 2017: Passed the Written Preliminary Qualifying Exam for the NC State Computer Science PhD program
  November 19-20, 2016: Participated in HackDuke 2016: Code for Good creating Refresh Games
  November 14-18, 2016: Attended Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE 2016) conference in Seattle, WA
  November 2016: Applied to the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program
  October 28-30, 2016: Participated in HackNC 2016 creating the BlueMix Image Sorter
  October 26-27, 2016: Attended All Things Open open source conference in Raleigh, NC
  July 2016: Submitted Flower as a demo paper to International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME) 2016
  July 21-22, 2016: Participated in Blackbaud's "Off the Grid" hackathon creating Door to More
  May-August 2016: Software Engineering Intern at Blackbaud in Charleston, SC
  March 2016: Submitted Flower as a short paper to Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC) 2016
  August 2015: Started graduate school at North Carolina State University