About

Heya! I’m Adit (“uh-dit”). I’m a software engineer, data scientist, photographer, writer, and avid roadtripper. Currently, I’m looking for full-time positions.

I graduated from the University of Chicago in Dec. 2019 with a BA in Economics and a specialization in Data Science. In Aug. 2020, I’ll begin my Online Master’s in Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

I most recently worked as an economist at Hopper, but am looking for my next opportunity a bit early due to Covid-19. During my brief time at Hopper, I developed a report on how Covid-19 would affect U.S. & Canadian flight operations and airfare, and created data visualizations to help the communications team understand the scope of cancellations across major U.S. airports and carriers.

Prior to that, I worked as a software engineering intern at Digitas for the Intel account. I was also an undergraduate VC intern with Chicago Ventures, and a marketing intern alongside the amazing team at the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

On campus at UChicago, I led Midway Ventures, a student-run startup consulting group that teaches undergraduates about venture capital financing. I built the Midway website myself during the summer of 2018.


What I Believe

  • I believe anything can be taught to anyone. I think of education as a matter of work ethic, accessibility, and privilege—not innate talent.
  • I believe discomfort is the greatest motivator. I tend to get complacent when I’m happy with where I am.
  • I believe in humility. In high-school, I worked at McDonald’s between classes, extracurriculars, and applying to college. Working in the service industry was one of the most humbling experiences of my life.
  • I believe in acceptance. My parents were immigrants to the U.S., and throughout my childhood I watched their sacrifices manifest into opportunities for their children. Regardless of your race, religion, color, or creed, I believe you belong here.
  • I believe in open-source and giving credit where it is due. Open source has helped me become the coder I am today. However, I strongly stand against plagiarism and will credit others' contributions in my own work.

What I’m Reading:

  • Algorithms to Live By by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths
  • Educated by Tara Westover
  • The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

What I Recently Read (and Recommend):

  • All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
  • Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell
  • Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport

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