• Hi there!
    I'm Jayleen Li.

    I'm a 4th year Computer Science student at UC Santa Barbara. I like to experiment and build new things.

    Resume CV (multiple pages)

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Experience

Work Experience

Prisma Access Software Engineering Intern at Palo Alto Networks Jun 2020 - Sep 2020

Created a new framework in Python and AWS for customers to remotely run diagnostic commands on cloud firewalls and collect system info. Placed 2nd in the company internal hackathon by developing an application to bring awareness on publicly available information on social media that could be maliciously used in a social engineering attack.

Software Engineering Intern at ADTRAN Inc. Aug 2019 - Dec 2019

Designed and developed a Python Flask web application hosted on Apache2 to give 25+ service providers the ability to upload, edit, and create version control of router manifest files through cloud services.

Software Development Intern at SmartRG Feb 2018 – Sep 2018

Developed automatic language localization scripts in BASH and Python which translated SmartRG's User Interface in 20+ new languages. Also created a network packet capture interface for SmartRG's router UI with AngularJS and Cloudshark.

My Projects

Featured Projects

PANW Logo

Public Profile Privacy Review

2nd Place Winner at PANW hackathon 2020

Placed 2nd out of 50+ teams at PANW’s internal hackathon in 2020. Given a social media handle, the application will web scrape as much public personal information about you from other social medias that could be potentially be used in a social engineering attack.
The purpose of the application was to being awareness and educate social engineering attacks based on what information is publicly available about a person.

Aug 2020
ostem gouda gayzz

oSTEM Past Conference Data Visualization & Analysis

1st Place Winner @ oSTEM National Conference Hackathon

An interactive webpage to help convince sponsors to sponsor oSTEM's national conference by showing interactive data visualizations of past conference demographic and statistical data. Created with Python and Google Colab.

GitHub Nov 2020
Helloo Hacks Logo

Helloo Hacks

Speaker

Presented a talk at Helloo Hacks, a virtual high school hackathon, titled "Experience Recommended, Not Required" for young minds to combat systemic issues against minorities in regard to professional opportunities. Link to the presentation below!

Presentation Aug 2020
Type-Type-Revolution screenshot

Type-Type-Revolution

SLO-Hacks 2019

Online web-based Multiplayer typing race game made at SLO HACKS 2019 using Javascript and Firebase.
Awards: Best Game/Game Design and Best Domain Name.

Github Devpost Demo Feb 2019
Mineyeeter screenshot

Mineyeeter

HackSC 2019

A web VR game created with A-frame in HTML, JavaScript, and Google’s Firebase API. We were inspired by the game "Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes" and wanted to have the same collaborative game aspect between a VR player and non VR player. We took this idea into the classic game Minesweeper. The VR player was in the mine field while the non VR player had to gide the other where to go. I implemented the physics system in VR and game logic for the game.

Github Devpost Demo Apr 2019
sbhacks.com screenshot

SB Hacks

Sponsorship Team Lead

[SB Hacks VI] Coordinated logistical aspects, like hacker review, judging, and maintaining sponsor relations for our 400+ person annual hackathon at UCSB. Developed landing page and application website for hackers to submit applications and check for acceptance status. SB Hacks VI kicked off from January 10th-12th, 2020!

[SB Hacks VII] For 2020-2021, I was a sponsorship team lead of the 6 person sponsorship team and directed our sponsorship strategies. Hosted a lot of beginner workshops and the opening/closing ceremonies of SB Hacks VII. Also helped organze the judging and overall logistics of the event. SB Hacks VII kicked off from January 15th-17th, 2021!

Website Live Site Youtube Apr 2019 - Present
HobbyHacks

HobbyHacks

Mentor and Judge

Mentored participants in React and Judged projects for prizes at TechTogether's all-female, femme, and non-binary 400+ person online hackathon.

July 2020
Fit Frog

Fit Frog

Best Hardware Hack @ QWER Hacks

Fit Frog is a Fitbit app that encourages movement while celebrating LGBTQ+ pride. Once this user's walking speed passes the average walking pace, "Gay Walking Mode" is enabled.

Devpost GitHub Jan 2021
Fit Frog

Fit Frog

Best Hardware Hack @ QWER Hacks

Fit Frog is a Fitbit app that encourages movement while celebrating LGBTQ+ pride. Once this user's walking speed passes the average walking pace, "Gay Walking Mode" is enabled.

Devpost GitHub Jan 2021
Emotem Twitch Extension

Emotem, a Twitch Extension

TwitchCon Hackathon 2019

Led a team of four to create Emotem, a Twitch extension that generated a emote totem pole/timeline of streamer highlights at TwitchCon’s 2019 hackathon. Streamer highlights were detected automatically from spikes of activity in chat and popular emotes would appear on screen for viewers to vote on. The most voted emote got added to the top of the totem pole along with information about the highlight. The extension was created with Node.js, Firebase, and JavaScript.

Github Devpost Sep 2019
Type-Type-Revolution screenshot

Type-Type-Revolution

SLO-Hacks 2019

Online web-based Multiplayer typing race game made at SLO HACKS 2019 using Javascript and Firebase.
Awards: Best Game/Game Design and Best Domain Name.

Github Devpost Demo Feb 2019
Genre-ator screenshot

Genre-ator

SB-Hacks 2019

A research-oriented Machine Learning platform for Genre to Genre Conversion for Music created for SB Hacks V.

Github Devpost Jan 2019
ostem gouda gayzz

oSTEM Past Conference Data Visualization & Analysis

1st Place Winner @ oSTEM National Conference Hackathon

An interactive webpage to help convince sponsors to sponsor oSTEM's national conference by showing interactive data visualizations of past conference demographic and statistical data. Created with Python and Google Colab.

GitHub Nov 2020
Looker App Logo

Looker Pocket Android Edition

Looker's Internal Hackathon

Created an Android version of Looker at Looker’s internal hackathon that allows a user to log in and see his/her personal and shared dashboards within the app.

Demo app video July 2019
Mineyeeter screenshot

Mineyeeter

HackSC 2019

A web VR game created with A-frame in HTML, JavaScript, and Google’s Firebase API. We were inspired by the game "Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes" and wanted to have the same collaborative game aspect between a VR player and non VR player. We took this idea into the classic game Minesweeper. The VR player was in the mine field while the non VR player had to gide the other where to go. I implemented the physics system in VR and game logic for the game.

Github Devpost Demo Apr 2019
PANW Logo

Public Profile Privacy Review

2nd Place Winner at PANW hackathon 2020

Placed 2nd out of 50+ teams at PANW’s internal hackathon in 2020. Given a social media handle, the application will web scrape as much public personal information about you from other social medias that could be potentially be used in a social engineering attack.
The purpose of the application was to being awareness and educate social engineering attacks based on what information is publicly available about a person.

Aug 2020
Colorfight screenshot

IEEE AI Hacks 2019

1st Place Winner

AI competition to create the best AI in the game Colorfight(colorfightai.com). We created our AI in Python and won 1st place out of the 70+ participants under the team name "Team Cheese." The qualification and final rounds were streamed on Youtube (linked below).

Github YouTube Stream May 2019
High School Shenanigans screenshot

High School Shenanigans

CodeDay Dallas 2016

A game created in GameMaker Studio about the struggles experienced in high school in the style of a top down ship shooter game. Won 1st place overall.

Github Steam Nov 2016
sbhacks.com screenshot

SB Hacks

Sponsorship Team Lead

[SB Hacks VI] Coordinated logistical aspects, like hacker review, judging, and maintaining sponsor relations for our 400+ person annual hackathon at UCSB. Developed landing page and application website for hackers to submit applications and check for acceptance status. SB Hacks VI kicked off from January 10th-12th, 2020!

[SB Hacks VII] For 2020-2021, I was a sponsorship team lead of the 6 person sponsorship team and directed our sponsorship strategies. Hosted a lot of beginner workshops and the opening/closing ceremonies of SB Hacks VII. Also helped organze the judging and overall logistics of the event. SB Hacks VII kicked off from January 15th-17th, 2021!

Website Live Site Youtube Apr 2019 - Present
saseucsb.com screenshot

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE)

Webmaster Chair and Programming Committee Member (Oct 2017- Jun 2018)

Webmaster chair for SASE’s website (saseucsb.com) and member of the programming committee that organized the 2018 SASE Regional West conference. The conference hosted 200+ university students.

Sep 2017 - Jun 2018
girls inc at SB

Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara

Science Club Volunteer Instructor

Taught elementary school girls weekly scientific projects at Girls Inc. to encourage and inspire young women to pursue their interests in STEM. In partnership with SWE@UCSB.

Feb 2019 – Mar 2019
@ talks

@talks: An Emerging Internet

Student Panelist

Invited to talk about the Emerging Alternative Internet hosted by The @ Company as a student panelist!

Jan 2021
Helloo Hacks Logo

Helloo Hacks

Speaker

Presented a talk at Helloo Hacks, a virtual high school hackathon, titled "Experience Recommended, Not Required" for young minds to combat systemic issues against minorities in regard to professional opportunities. Link to the presentation below!

Presentation Aug 2020
Wired hacks screenshot

Wired Hacks

Organizer and Web Developer

Founding team member to host the first-ever hardware hackathon at UCSB, Wired Hacks, hosted by Theta Tau and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Created the webpage (wiredhackssb.com) to connect and inform students about Wired Hacks.

Dec 2017 – Feb 2018
womxn hacks

Womxn/Hacks

Mentor

Mentored participating hackers in Git, UNIX, and web technologies at UCSB's all female-identifying hackathon, Womxn Hacks. Mentored for both 2019 and 2020! Check out the Daily Nexus article I was mentioned in for 2020's hackathon!

Article Jan 2019, Jan 2020
Coders SB

Coders SB

Panelist

Paneled twice for Coders SB's Computer Science undergraduate internship panel to give advice to underclassmen about software engineering internships and how to build one's desired career path.

Oct 2019, Oct 2020
oSTEM at UCSB

oSTEM at UCSB

Liasion Officer

Spread event info to UCSB students about oSTEM.

Sep 2020 - Present
HobbyHacks

HobbyHacks

Mentor and Judge

Mentored participants in React and Judged projects for prizes at TechTogether's all-female, femme, and non-binary 400+ person online hackathon.

July 2020
SWE logo

Society of Women Engineers

Industry Committee Member (Nov 2017- Feb 2018)

Previously a part of the committee that hosts Evening with Industry, a paneling event for engineering companies.

Sep 2017 – Mar 2019
perot museum logo

Perot Museum

Exhibit Technology Assistant

Informed visitors about science and engineering exhibits of the museum and was responsible managing the equipment in exhibit halls.

May 2013 – Jun 2017
Fun personal site

A fun Personal Site

A more fun personal site made in React and Firebase for my human computer interaction class.

Github Link Mar 2020 - Jun 2020
Steam Activty Filter screenshot

Steam Activity Filter

A Google Chrome Extension

A Chrome Extension published onto the Chrome Web Store that allows users to personalize their “Social Activity” webpage on the popular gaming platform Steam. The extension was created with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.

Github Chrome Store Apr 2017 -
Present
gah! emails

Gah! Emails

A random Python Script

Python Script that uses Gmail API to search through job application and interview related emails and finds valid direct personal email contacts to companies. Great way to compile a list of your professional contacts.

Github May 2020
Ideablr screenshot

Ideablr

Ideablr was a website created for the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Web Design Team Competition. The theme was to build a DIY website, and thus, Ideablr was born as a social media platform for users to share creative and simple DIYs.

Github Link Feb 2017
https://github.com/jayleenli/Find-Steam-Booster-Pack-Loopholes

Steam Booster Pack Retriever

Web scraping C# Program that would calculate profitable game card trading possibilities where profit > cost. This program helped me accumalate a bunch of online cash in Steam :)

Github Jun 2017
Photos at hackathons and stuff!

Photo Gallery

SB Hacks Team 🌊

IEEE AI Hacks!

Caught eating chocolate...

Mineyeeter

HackSC Sorority Squat

SLO Hacks!