I'm Michael Fine, and I'm a web developer. I write web apps in Node and React, as well as program in Haskell and Python. Some of the projects I've created include: a raw sql library for Javascript, a sentiment analysis of Hamlet, and an evolving prisoners dilemma simulation.

Most recently, I worked at Hillary for America, where I worked on streamlining our data infrastructure and developing applications to assist in fundraising and voter targeting. Before that I interned at NGPVAN, where I used Neo4j to develop an application that unified user data and scraped social profiles into one canonical source in near real-time.

When I'm not at school, you can find me hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, playing around with modernist cuisine, or hacking on open source projects. I'm a sophomore at Harvard, concentrating in Computer Science.