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Hey - it's Emilie.

You probably know me as Kewbish, somewhere on the web. I'm a student software developer, passionate about the web - including the frontend, backend, and everything in between.

See my resume, blog, or projects.

Experience and Awards

🏆 Google Code-in
Dec. 2019
In 2019, I was a Google Code-in winner, under Liquid Galaxy. For two months, I completed many open source tasks, and eventually won this worldwide competition. I’m one of Canada’s ten winners to date and the youngest Canadian winner. As well: I was the youngest winner in 2019. Pretty cool.

💸 Grant For The Web Hackathon Winner
May - Jun. 2020
Won the Grant For The Web Hackathon under the category Creative Catalysts, hosted by Dev.to, Mozilla, Coil, and Creative Commons. Created a revenue-sharing library from vanilla JS.

🌎 Liquid Galaxy
Since Feb. 2020
Intern at Liquid Galaxy, a Google-backed open source organization focused on interactive, immersive geographical displays. There, I develop documentation, webinar screencasts, and various other media, such as blog posts and installation tutorials. During summer 2020, I acted as a trainee mentor in several GSoC projects, as well as testing them.

🐋 vhHacks
Since Sept. 2020
Team member at vhHacks, the Vancouver High School Hackathon Association. I’m currently working on several Learn Day workshops and developing fun tooling for our 2021 hackathon.

🍁 Canada Learning Code
Since Oct. 2019.
Teen Ambassador at Canada Learning Code, a national organization reaching out to bring tech to women, girls, LGBTQ+ members, and focusing on making tech inclusive to all. There, I participate in team-building leadership activities, and learned effective mentorship skills.

📚 Vancouver Public Library
Since Sept. 2018
Teen Advisory Member at the Vancouver Public Library, the local library serving Vancouver community members. There, I work to organize youth events, purchase youth books, provide feedback on programs, and attend biweekly youth meetings.

Currently studying at

The University Transition Program is a radically accelerated environment with the goal of early entrance into university - specifically UBC.
I'm currently in the second year of the program, and am entering UBC at age 15.

There, I:

See this page in a resume format. Otherwise, see my projects.

Let's get in touch.