Hello there. Let's make this a little meet-and-greet.

I'm Kenneth, and I make painfully awkward introductions. I enjoy running off my shin splints, drooling over Miatas, and religiously listening to Tiny Desk concerts.

I'm doing a stint at UC Berkeley trying all sorts of cool things. Right now, I'm studying Computer Science and Public Policy, gearing up to teach Computer Security, and hacking on funny things.

So far, I've directed Cal Hacks – the world’s largest collegiate hackathon, built pro-bono software for nonprofits with Blueprint, and taught Great Ideas in Computer Architecture.

In the past, I’ve interned at Google on Kubernetes Enterprise, Atlassian on Bitbucket Cloud, Amazon on Alexa Music, and Qualcomm.

Wanna chat? Email kennethlien [at] berkeley.edu or find me on LinkedIn.