Leo Rong

Full Stack Software Engineer & Designer

About Me

In April 2015, I will graduate from Stanford University with a B.S. degree in Computer Science with the concentration in Human Computer Interaction. After graduation, I will join Splunk, Inc as a Software Engineer on the Client Platform team in the summer of 2015.

My ultimate career goal is to have the ability to create, maintain, and improve any web-based and mobile-based software products that can improve people's lives.

Apart from my interest in technology, I enjoy living a healthy, adventurous, and spontaneous life.



• A mobile web application to connect athletes with gym partners based on your activities and schedule.

• Technologies used: Node.js, Express, and MongoDB/Mongoose.

• View at https://git-fit.herokuapp.com


• A mobile web application for real estate tenants and managements to carry out necessary operations such as rent payment, work order request, and announcement.

• Technologies used: Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, and Venmo API.

• App will be live soon!

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Stanford University

B.S. of Computer Science - Human Computer Interaction

Stanford, CA

June, 2010 - April, 2015

 Work Experience

Stanford Alumni Association

Web Developer (Part Time)

  • Designed and implemented a new mobile responsive website for Stanford Reunion Homecoming. The website will be used for future Stanford Reunions.
  • Technology used: Drupal Web Framework.

Stanford, CA

June, 2015 - April, 2015

IBM Silicon Valley Lab

Software Engineer Intern

  • Designed and implemented an internal calendar tool for the Software Development Integration (SDI)Team, which is used by SDI team members at numerous IBM sites (Toronto, Portland, San Jose…).
  • Technologies used: Java, JavaScript (Dojo Toolkit), and JSP.

San Jose, CA

June, 2013 - December, 2013

Stanford University Archive

Web Developer Intern

  • Helped building MUSE – a web application used to analyze and archive emails.
  • Technologies used: Java, JavaScript, and JSP.

Stanford, CA

June, 2012 - September, 2012

Columbia University Medical Center

Research Assistant

  • Designed and synthesized a molecular device to automatically release insulin for diabetes therapy.
  • Cultured prostate cancer stem cells and tested them on thousands of drugs and compounds in the lab.
  • Supervised high school students for their summer internship.

New York, NY

Summer 2008, 2009, 2011

 Contact Me

Feel free to email me about any questions you have.