Raymond Guo

uc berkeley student; cs + biotech enthusiast; casual movie reviewer


About Me

My picture here. Hi, I'm Raymond! I'm a sophomore at UC Berkeley studying Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences with a minor in Bioengineering.

I am currently a software developer for Berkeley CodeBase, a student organization that builds meaningful industry experience by creating software products for Bay Area startups.

Last summer, I was a network engineer intern at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Before that, I was a bioinformatics research intern at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK/NIH), where I wrote a published research paper.

I'm proficient in Python and Java. I'm also familiar with shell scripting as well as app development technologies such as React for frontend and Rails/Django for backend.

In my free time, I love watching movies, listening to music, and playing ice hockey. I occasionally write my thoughts on movies and short films in a blog.

Check out my resume here, or contact me!