Hi! Nice to meet you.

I'm Frank Wu. I love to learn, tinker, and create beautiful things.

As a student at Yale, I encouraged others to learn how to program and build cool things. I cofounded YHack, Yale's annual 1000 person hackathon; started CodeBoola, a day-long coding bootcamp for 300-some New Haven high school students; and served as a teaching assistant for CS50, where I taught a 90-minute section, graded problem sets, and held office hours.

Along the way, I've also worked at Marriott as a management intern, at software startup Honey as an early engineer, and started a music blog that interviewed Grammy Award winning artists.

Frank Wu at Y-Hack 2013

Currently, I'm based in New Haven, Connecticut and attend Yale University. I've moved quite a bit in my life, but I currently call Augusta, Georgia "home."

I'd love to talk to you! Shoot me an email at [email protected] or find me on Twitter at @frankjwu.

You can also find me elsewhere on the web:

This site was built using Jekyll, "a simple, blog aware, static site generator." You can fork the entire site on my GitHub and use it to build your own.