Kevin Cui

Software Developer / Student



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Hi! I'm Kevin (a.k.a. ManchurioX)!
I'm a B.Sc. Computer Science student @ McGill University who <3 building new things!
Interned at RBC Royal Bank as an Innovation Developer, ran a Computer Science club, and am always looking for new challenges: whether it's hackathons, contests, making personal projects, or contributing to open-source! :D
Hi! I am Kevin, a software developer and B.Sc. Computer Science student to McGill University. Online, I am sometimes known as ManchurioX.
As a leader and developer in many projects- both personal and professional- I lead by example in being persistent and approaching opportunities with unique perspectives.
I have experience working as an Innovation Developer Intern at the RBC Royal Bank of Canada. In secondary school, I acted as a Co-President of the computer science club and held academic awards in a variety of STEM courses.
In my spare time, you can find me working on personal projects, attending hackathons, competing in contests, and contributing to open-source.
Hello! I am Kevin, a software developer and B.Sc. Computer Science student to McGill University. Online, I am sometimes known as ManchurioX. I love software development, and my work primarily consists of full-stack development.
As a leader and developer in many projects- both personal and professional- I lead by example in being persistent and approaching opportunities with unique perspectives.
I have experience working as an Innovation Developer Intern at the RBC Royal Bank of Canada, where I did both front-end and back-end development on internal applications used by 1000+ employees, completed tasks through the Agile workflow, and communicated new solutions to senior business leaders. In secondary school, I acted as a Co-President of the computer science club, held academic awards in a variety of STEM courses, and excelled in my courses with an academic average of 97%.
In my spare time, you can find me working on personal projects, attending hackathons, competing in contests, and contributing to open-source.
Outside of software developing, I love playing table tennis, sketching, playing piano, and learning [non-programming] languages.
Hello! I am Kevin, a software developer and B.Sc. Computer Science student to McGill University. Online, I am sometimes known as ManchurioX. I am especially knowledgeable in C++, Java, Python, and JavaScript. I love software development, and my work primarily consists of full-stack development.
As a leader and developer in many projects- both personal and professional- I lead by example in being persistent and approaching opportunities with unique perspectives. When I'm working in a team, you can often find me coordinating the work to fit each person's strengths and encouraging team members to think beyond expectations.
I have experience working as an Innovation Developer Intern at the RBC Royal Bank of Canada, where I did both front-end and back-end development on internal applications used by 1000+ employees, completed tasks through the Agile workflow, and communicated new solutions to senior business leaders. At this position, I worked with TypeScript, JavaScript, Java, React, Angular, and Spring-boot. This included developing the front-end to match redesigned wireframes, configuring tools regarding the database in the back-end, and creating a new service based on brainstorming within my team.
In secondary school, I acted as a Co-President of the computer science club, where I supplied resources and organized competitive programming events within the club. I also held academic awards in a variety of STEM courses, including Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science. I excelled in my courses with an academic average of 97%.
In my spare time, you can find me seeking new challenges. I've achieved awards at hackathons including PennApps 2019, TOHacks 2020, and Hack the Northeast 2020. In 2019 I placed 29th on the Canadian High School scoreboard at picoCTF, an online cybersecurity contest hosted by Carnegie Mellon University. I regularly practice competitive programming and attend contests on DMOJ and Codeforces. My favourite part of software development is making personal projects, such as my online judge integration Discord bot, which is currently on servers. I frequently add projects like this to my GitHub using a range of tools and technologies. In addition to personal projects, I also contribute to open source. As of recently, I have been contributing to DMOJ: Modern Online Judge, a Canadian online judge website for competitive programming.
Outside of software developing, I love playing table tennis, sketching, playing the piano, and learning [non-programming] languages (я ещё учусь но уже понимаю немного русский!).


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