Joey Pinto

Software Engineer

By - Joey

Next Destination…

Today I turned in my last assignment for my Master’s Course at Carnegie Mellon University, Silicon Valley. This marks the end of an era for me. An end to the 19.5 years of my life I’ve spent in education. The next phase of my life is going to be doing something I love, at a scale I admire, in an

By - Joey

Won the Harry Potter Award!

Last Friday (May 3rd 2019), we had the ‘Hogwarts Graduation Party’ at CMU Silicon Valley. I was nominated for the Harry Potter (Best Leader) award.. AND…. DRUMROLL…. I WON THE AWARD!!! I even won a raffle! Never ever happened in my 1.5 years at CMUSV. A fancy thing to happen during my last party eh? Check the other categories we

By - Joey

Prerequisites for Avengers: Endgame

People have roasted me enough for not having watched Thor: Ragnarok and Infinity War before I’m heading to watch Endgame. So this is what I usually do to catch up: Recap videos on YouTube! If you’re heading to watch Endgame with your friends and are guilty of having committed the crime of not being up to date with the rest

By - Joey

Nomination for Student Employee of the year- CMU

I’ve been a student employee on the CMU campus for over a year now. Recently Sari Smith, our Director of Student Affairs nominated me for the Student Employee of the year award. Although I did not win, it was a huge honor for me just to be nominated alongside so many amazing people. Moments like these inspire me to work

By - Joey

Cloud Computing 15619 Team Project Live Test- Phase2

Cloud Computing(15619) course at CMU organizes a live test where multiple teams compete against each other to get the best performance. This project-based online course focuses on skill building across various aspects of cloud computing. It covers conceptual topics and provides hands-on experience through projects utilizing public cloud infrastructures Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

By - Joey

The Brain Search Engine

The brain does not use a language to think. I can think of something without using the English language. For example, I can listen to music and enjoy it without repeating the statement, “I like this music” throughout the duration of the track. We’ve used artificial neural networks to replicate the way the brain thinks. I think AI is more of a