Keep calm and march on, wait, I worked for GS before, so I can't keep calm. Well, then keep looking, don't settle. :P Plus, here is a non-profit site my friends I created together: And here is my LinkedIn.

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Joined Facebook on June 10th 2019, exactly five years after joining Microsoft. Working as Software Engineer in Machine Learning.

Microsoft Universal Store Developer Portal

Joined Microsoft on June 9th 2014, now working on Microsoft Universal Store Platform. Here are some websites I worked on: now part of

Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management

Client Relationship Management Technology

From July 2010 to June 2014, I was working at Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management (PWM) Client Relationship Management (CRM) Team as a Program Analyst. I build customized features on GS internal CRM website, create data transport tools that automate data manipulation process, prepare business development reports for business users, and travel to US PWM offices for software training and support. I am also a project lead for entire system data migration during major software upgrade, and a primary point of contact to gather critical software development feedback from Private Wealth Sales Teams and Management Teams across 26 global PWM offices.

Keywords: Asp.Net, C#, SQL, JavaScript, MSCRM

Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management

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Hangzhou ROKMA Machinery Co., LTD.

Product Design Engineer and Machine Part Drafting Specialist

Between 2004 and 2008, during my undergraduate summer and winter vacations, I worked at our family business as a product design engineer. I designed a portable coolant charger and a prototype of a charging gun. I also worked as a Machine Part Drafting Specialist, making engineering drafts for machine parts.

Keywords: Charging Machine

Hangzhou ROKMA Machinery Co., LTD.

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University of Utah

Mechanical Engineering Department

Utah BioInstrumentation Lab

Between 2008 and 2010, during my graduate study at the University of Utah, I worked under the Utah BioInstrumentation Lab as a Research Assistant, I designed and built a portable insole sensor device that can be used to provide real-time audio feedback for gait asymmetry while walking. I also worked at Mechanical Engineering Department as a Teaching Assistant for the class of Machine Design and Visualization, teaching freshman and sophomore students about machine design using SolidWorks and AutoCAD, and about programming in MATLAB.

L. Yang, P. Dyer, KB Foreman, SJM Bamberg, "A Wearable Wireless Auditory Feedback System for Gait Rehabilitation," First AMA-IEEE Medical Technology Conference on Individualized Healthcare, Washington, DC, Mar. 22-23, 2010. (Conference archive)

SJM Bamberg, PS Dyer, LS Lincoln, L. Yang, "Just Enough Measurement: A Proposed Paradigm For Designing Medical Instrumentation," the 32nd Annual Intl. Conf. of the IEEE Eng. in Medicine and Biology Society, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 2010 (Invited Paper). (DOI 10.1109/IEMBS.2010.5626718)

And you can also find publication download information at

Keywords: SolidWorks, AutoCAD, MATLAB, LabVIEW, Insole Sensor, Gait, Bio Instrumentation

Utah BioInstrumentation Lab

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