Hey I'm Justin!
I love to develop algorithms and make applicable projects to ease the world and make our society a better place. I love to work on projects with my friends, and learn more everyday to improve what I can do.
Being a programmer for more than 5 years now, I am excited to learn and experiment in AI, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality!
Contact me below and we can grab coffee or boba, maybe I can spoil you with my puns because trust me I got a latte of them 😂
Amber Kantner (Director of Santa Clara iD Tech Camps) - "Justin Yu's programming skills really shone through his engaging lessons, and his enthusiasm for all aspects of camp made him a great addition to our team."
Brandon Zwier (Assistant Director of Santa Clara iD Tech Camps) - "Justin Yu worked as a wonderful teacher and mentor, and helped raise staff morale in any way he could. Punctual and hardworking, Justin made a fantastic addition to our team."
Brittney Nicole (Director of San Jose iD Tech Camps) - "Justin was a top performer at camp, he always went above and beyond to ensure the success of his students and brought a positive energy into work every morning!"
Machine learning model that given an input of an image containing a logo of a company, the model will blur it out in real time. Model was based on a CNN (Convolutional Neural Network) that was inspired by Darknet and VGG models. Used YOLO algorithm to scan the image in real time and used python library scikit to blur part of an image given a bounding box. I worked on training CNN using YOLO algorithm.Github Details
Machine learning model that predicts if a movie review is rated "really negative", "negative", "neutral", "positive", or "really positive". Coded in Python using Sklearn library to test different models for highest accuracy and F measure. I worked on testing different models and found out SVM was the best model compared to other machine learning models.Github Details
Project for HackUCSC(2018). Web Application that allows users to assign tasks to housemates in an orderly fashion. Used FireBase for a database, and used HTML/CSS and Bootsrap to design the pages. Made the user authentication, user login, and designed some layouts.View Project Github
Project for HackDavis(2016). Web Application for college students to sell things to one another. Used Firebase to store data for users. Users were able to signup and login. Used bootstrap, HTML/CSS to design the page.GitHub