Welcome to my personal website! Here you can find various projects I'm working
on in the projects tab above and also check out my resume too!

My name is Aaron Lee and I have a B.S. '21 and M.S. '22 in Computer Science from UCSD.

Experience Highlights


DigitalOcean logo

I interned at this company in Summer 2021 and will be returning to work as an engineer. I worked on the Kubernetes containers team, focusing on the Container Registry product. I improved the internal admin dashboard and added more gRPCs as well as updating the internal database functionality.

The Everyday Robot Project

Everyday Robot Project logo

I interned at this company under X and Google in Summer 2020. I prototyped a VR application for the Oculus VR headset. This prototype helped visualize future features that other engineers could use in their workflow for replaying robot logs.


ServiceNow logo

I interned at this company in Summer 2019 and worked part time from Fall 2019 to Summer 2020. I developed an automated performance tool on the platform to measure product performance and it also helped improve the workflow for over 100 engineers.


MemVerge logo

I interned in Summer 2018 where I developed a Java performance test measuring the efficiency of the company's product on industry grade servers. This also was used to explain to clients such as LinkedIn and Intel the improved speeds and savings with the company's product.


In my free time, I like to explore new technologies and use small repositories to test them and understand how they work. The concept of microservices really stood out to me and I'm currently exploring ways to utilize them in my career. Feel free to check out the projects page to see what I'm up to!

Short Summary About Me

I'm really passionate about new and upcoming technology. My passions include but are not limited to:

  • Bitcoin and the blockchain network
  • Drawing
  • Cloud Infrastructure / DevOps
  • Microservices / Kubernetes
  • Software Engineering
  • VR/AR
  • Anime

I just find that these technologies are revolutionary and can really change the way we approach issues. I really like studying microservices because you can understand how large companies such as Apple and Google scale their services to massive number of daily users.


Here's a list of coursework I've taken at UCSD

Undergraduate Courses

  • CSE 100 - Advanced Data Structures
  • CSE 101 - Design & Analysis of Algorithms
  • CSE 110 - Software Engineering
  • CSE 120 - Operating Systems
  • CSE 124 - Networked Services
  • CSE 127 - Intro to Computer Security
  • CSE 130 - Programming Languages & Paradigms
  • CSE 132A - Database Principles
  • CSE 132C - Database Implementation
  • CSE 134B - Web Client Languages
  • CSE 140/140L - Components & Design Techniques for Digital Systems
  • CSE 141/141L - Intro to Comp. Architecture
  • CSE 150B - Intro to AI: Search and Reasoning
  • CSE 151A - Intro to AI: Statistical Approaches
  • CSE 151B - Deep Learning
  • CSE 152 - Computer Vision
  • CSE 158 - Recommender Systems & Web Mining

Graduate Courses

  • CSE 202 - Algorithm Design & Analysis
  • CSE 221 - Operating Systems
  • CSE 222A - Computer Communication Networks
  • CSE 223B - Distributed Computing & Systems
  • CSE 227 - Computer Security
  • CSE 231 - Advanced Compiler Design
  • CSE 234 - Data Systems for ML
  • CSE 251A - ML: Learning Algorithms
  • CSE 291 - Cloud Application Dependability