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Hey, my name is
Noam Rabbani

I help technology projects succeed by using my engineering expertise to deliver measurable impact.

I am currently based in beautiful Montreal, Canada.

noam rabbani

Here’s what I’ve done so far

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Software Engineering Internship, Sep 2019 – Dec 2019

I was lucky enough to land an internship at Google during my last semester at McGill University. I relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area and got to experience the culture of Silicon Valley first hand. My time at Google was exciting because I worked with an amazing team that supported me in every way they could. The best part is that I got to improve my software engineering skills by making contributions to Gmail!

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Software REBELs

Student Researcher, Jan 2019 – Sep 2019

I published a peer-reviewed research paper on software engineering and I presented it at a conference in Sweden! During my final year at McGill University, I joined the Software REBELs research lab to get a taste of research. Although it was challenging to work on a bleeding edge, open-ended problem, it was also rewarding to make a contribution to the field of software engineering. A highlight of this experience was when I visited Japan for a month to collaborate with researchers at Kyushu University.

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McGill University

BEng in Software Engineering, Sep 2015 – Jan 2019

My four years at McGill were phenomenal because of all the opportunities that were presented to me during that time. Some highlights include doing a semester abroad in China, competing in over ten hackathons and being an orientation leader for incoming students. McGill showed me what I love to do, gifted me with a love for learning, and surrounded me with a wealth of inspiring peers.

Here are some things I built

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Attracts 3.9K monthly active users

Craniofacial dystrophy is a condition that affects most of the population in developed countries. It is caused by a recessed upper jaw which deteriorates facial appearance and impairs breathing ability. At, we want to increase awareness of this condition and popularize two techniques to help reduce its prevalence: mewing and orthodontic headgear. We provide tools and information to fight craniofacial dystrophy and help people improve their facial appearance and breathing ability.

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Second place winner of HackNingbo

SitStraight is a free and open-source application that helps users correct their posture when sitting at the computer. The web app tracks the user’s sitting position through the webcam and sends a notification when the user slouches. Sitstraight is built with Privacy by Design and it only uses the coordinates of the eyes to determine if the user is slouching.

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