Julie Kallini

Julie Kallini

Computer Science student at Princeton University. Future Software Engineering Intern at Facebook. Follow all of my latest projects and adventures!

About Me

I'm Julie, and I was born and raised in Los Angeles. Though California is my home, I'm currently enjoying the east coast as a third-year Computer Science Engineering student at Princeton University, where I discovered the seemingly boundless possibilities of programming.

In addition to my coursework, I have been involved in the Computer Science community at Princeton as an Undergraduate Course Assistant for the COS department. During my sophomore summer, I created my first Android app through Facebook's FBU internship program. Next summer, I will be returning to Facebook as a 12-week Software Engineering Intern.

Despite my deep interests in STEM, I have never lost touch with my artistic side. If you catch me when I'm not coding, I'm probably painting!


Princeton University

Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Computer Science
September 2017 to June 2021
  • Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Introduction to Programming Systems
  • Reasoning About Computation
  • Compiling Techniques
  • Theory of Algorithms

Saint Joseph High School

Lakewood, CA
August 2013 to May 2017
  • Valedictorian of Distinction
  • National AP Scholar


Undergraduate Course Assistant

Princeton Computer Science Department
February 2018 to Present
Three semesters of experience grading assignments, projects, and exams.
  • Attend weekly meetings with course instructors
  • Provide constructive feedback on the accuracy and quality of students’ code
  • Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach
  • Algorithms and Data Structures

Table Leader

Algorithms and Data Structures
February 2019 to Present
One of the few head Undergraduate Course Assistants for Princeton's Algorithms and Data Structures course.
  • Edit assignment rubrics alongside instructors prior to grading meetings
  • Supervise course assistants during grading meetings
  • Double-check all graded assignments before release

Facebook University for Engineering Intern

June 2019 to August 2019
  • Participate in three weeks of Android mobile development training to build apps like Twitter and Instagram from scratch
  • Develop a functioning Android app in a team of three over five weeks





June 2019 to August 2019

HelpQ is a mobile Android app that I developed in a team at my Facebook University for Engineering internship. With HelpQ, students can easily ask questions that instructors can view in an elegant, organized queue. Features include:
  • Parse backend to store user data
  • Students can submit questions and instructors can reply with answers
  • Previous questions and answers saved on a searchable board tab for quick lookup
  • Notifications remind students when instructors create workshops



Maze Adventures

June 2018 to July 2018

Maze Adventures is a Unity3D game that I developed at Princeton Summer Programming Experiences. Features include:
  • Unique, randomized mazes generated at runtime using recursive division maze generation algorithm
  • Combat with enemy AI
  • Items distributed across levels using Poisson disk sampling



Yimas Language Wikipedia Page

February 2019 to May 2019

I studied the endangered Yimas language of Papua New Guinea and contributed my research to its Wikipedia page, transforming it from a short stub article to a complete encyclopedia entry. My responsibilities included:
  • Participating in a month-long training process to learn Wikipedia's article review and copyright protocols
  • Researching the Yimas language and writing sections about its phonology, morphology, and syntax
  • Verifying the accuracy and citations of any preexisting content on the page

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