Conifer is an open-source test parallelization framework that speeds up execution of End-to-End (E2E) test suites written with Cypress, improving the local development experience by enabling developers to run their test suites more often.

I architected and built Conifer as part of a four-person, distributed remote team of software engineers. Our goal: to reduce the burden of E2E testing a growing application by dramatically reducing test suite execution time, such that Conifer’s end-users no longer have to choose between frequently testing their applications and spending an excessive amount of time waiting for tests to execute.

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About Me

I was born and raised in Southern California. I moved to the Bay Area for college, and Berkeley has been my home ever since.

When I am not working, I love spending my time hiking and camping in California's beaches and national parks. Some of my favorite activities include:
  • Admiring the colors of the sunset on the San Francisco Bay.
  • Learning how to cook new cuisines.
  • Perfecting my trance, DnB, and ambient house playlists.
  • Tending to my jasmine plants.
My life-long dream has been to witness the dancing lights of the Aurora Borealis. I hope to finally do this in the next 2-3 years! Some other things that are on my bucket-list for the near future:
  • Exploring Desolation Wilderness in California, Gates of the Arctic National Park in Alaska, and Canada’s Banff.
  • Learning how to play the Oud.
  • Driving along the entire west coast on the PCH.