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Software engineer at Google, working on text-to-speech synthesis.

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Hi @brinker! That's a great idea!

I'm a PL enthusiast as well. My day job is text-to-speech at Google. I am an amateur in the PL field, though I've recently been contributing to Waxeye, a language-agnostic parser generator, and RacketScript, a Racket-to-JavaScript compiler.

I am primarily interested in type systems and program verification (I have @ilyasergey to thank for my interest in the latter), especially in transferring advances in these from theory and academic software to engineering practices.

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