Matt Gambogi

I'm a software engineer based in San Francisco. I've been lucky to have experienced a variety of industries, companies, and cities. I love connecting ideas to ideas, people to ideas, and people to people. I am grateful for the the generous support of family, friends, and mentors, without which I would not be where I am today.

My email sounds like "Matt Gambogi dot com" if you have any questions, or would like to chat.


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Senior Software Engineer
Software Engineer
San Francisco, CA
promotion, 2020
since 2017
I'm building data software and services for maps.
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Software Engineer Intern
Summer 2016
Redmond, WA
I worked on tooling that helped improve the Intune device enrollment experience.
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Johnson and Johnson
Software Engineer Intern
Fall 2015, Fall 2014
I helped improve the quality of pharmaceutical production processes for drugs like Remicade and Tylenol. We used Haskell to build a graph of process flow to enable new kinds of analysis at scale.
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Data Science Engineer Co-op
January to August 2015
San Diego, CA
Cut machine learning development cycle from two weeks to thirty minutes.
Researched novel approaches for A/B testing (Multi-armed bandit problems, Thompson Sampling)
Proposed and built a DSL for specifying machine learning models, later became a standard across Intuit Data Science.
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Software Engineer Intern
Security Team
Summer 2014
Boston, MA
Eliminated Cross Site Scripting vulnerabilities from company-wide perl codebase.


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Rochester Institute of Technology
Computer Science BS, Languages and Tools
Economics Minor, Theory and Policy
Rochester, NY


Nunes-Harwitt, Arthur, Matthew Gambogi, and Travis Whitaker. "Quick-Sort: A Pet Peeve." In proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, pp. 547-549. ACM, 2018. pdf