at a glance: a quick introduction to my life and mission

Headshot of Sebastian Ingino walking on a beach

Hi, I'm Sebastian, and I'm a developer and student at Stanford University.

I've always found solving problems to be the most rewarding thing in the world. Whether it's building new products, designing better experiences, or pushing the boundaries of what's possible, I'm always looking for new ways to make the world a better place through teaching, research, or entrepreneurship.

I'm a third-year Computer Science undergraduate at Stanford University, where I work as a research assistant with the Systems and Networking Group and as a teaching assistant for the introductory CS courses. I'm also pursuing a minor in Music, and I'm planning to graduate in 2025 with a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science. In my free time, I enjoy playing with the Stanford Jazz Orchestra, blogging, and running.

My current interest lies in solving large-scale infrastructure problems by working with distributed systems, improving developer tooling, and designing new computing paradigms for the future. I've worked on a variety of projects at a wide range of companies, including Stripe and Google, and I'm always looking for new opportunities to learn and grow. If you'd like to get in touch, feel free to reach out!

Today, I'm working on functional operating systems, improving CS pedagogy, and thinking a lot about filesystems, and I'll be interning at Citadel this summer on the Core Infrastructure team. In the future, I'm hoping to pursue a Ph.D. in Computer Science to achieve my mission of building the next generation of computing systems and teaching the next generation of computer scientists.