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Andre Haas is a software engineer at Google. You can contact him at the email below.



  • Designing and implementing algorithms in a variety of languages including Python, Javascript, C, MATLAB, Lua
  • Administrating dedicated servers for web and gaming applications
  • Creating SQL database schemas
  • Keeping well-maintained code with unit tests and functional tests
  • Other skills: Conversational Chinese and German
  • Adept at learning new skills


  • Google Jan 2016 – Present
  • Yelp Software Engineering Intern May to August 2015
    • Developed full-stack features for business owners' home page on Yelp
  • InstaEDU Software Engineering Intern (acquired by Chegg) May to August 2014
    • Programmed for the Django Web framework in Python
    • Implemented features to improve support capabilities and integrate with Chegg post-acquisition
    • Actively participated in development of InstaEDU's online tutoring service
  • Blast Motion Software May to September 2013
    • Designed and implemented algorithms to analyze raw sensor data for error and other metrics
    • Built web-based 3D visualizer to demonstrate product's accuracy and utility to clients
  • SONY Electronics Software QA Intern June to August 2011
    • Worked closely with a small team of developers working on a new web product
    • Performed quality assurance in close collaboration with a software engineer


  • SN1PE Gaming Community 2007 to 2013
    • Hosted through dedicated Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server, previously Windows 2003 & 2008 in the past
    • Maintained community websites (blog) (forums) (donations)
    • Managed Source gameservers for Garry's Mod

  • Video editing
    • Adobe After Effects video production
    • Motion graphic examples: (1) (2) (3)

Extra-curricular Activities

  • 2014-2015
    • Developer for the Software Defined Buildings project at Berkeley
  • 2013-2014
    • Backend developer for Turing Test Tournament, a project sponsored by the Berkeley Center for New Media
      • MongoDB, Node.js, Express

  • 2012-2013
    • Member of Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), the national Electrical and Computer Engineering honor society
      • Provided services to fellow EECS students, e.g. administering course surveys
    • Chinese Student Assocation Webmaster
    • eSports@Berkeley committee member for Dota 2 (club website)

  • 2011-2012
    • Competed in Cyberpatriot competition as a varsity Cybersecurity Club team member
    • Assisted local YMCA membership marketing director for over 60 hours
    • Teen Korps Volunteering Club: packaged food, participated in game nights with the autistic, renovated hostel

A* Pathfinding

An interactive demonstration of the famous pathfinding algorithm.

Implemented with Javascript and HTML5 (Canvas).