“Yasyf Mohamedali in a nutshell? Take a huge tech nerd, completely obsessed with computers and the ability to create with code, add in a pinch of an entrepreneurial spirit and a dash of creativity, and you’ll start to get an accurate picture. He’s spent the past few years exploring new technologies, hacking on quirky side projects, and bringing together his academic and real-world engineering experiences at MIT, where he spends his days balancing student, entrepreneur, and engineer hats.”
Hello, and welcome to my little piece of the Internet! Feel free to stay a while.
My name is Yasyf Mohamedali. I’m currently a junior at MIT. Aside from being a full-time student, I spend a lot of time hacking away on software-based side projects. Currently, I’m working on an API for classes at MIT, and a facial recognition system for my door. I’m also an Investment Partner at Dorm Room Fund Boston, where I get to help awesome college founders pursue their startup ideas! In the past, I’ve served as CTO at Students of Strength, Chief Software Architect at Foxtrot (“a 21st century approach to last mile logistics”), and as a summer intern at Square and Localytics. On campus, I spend time as Sloan Business Club’s MD of Entrepreneurship.
I’m obsessed with creating with code. You can find a bunch of the cool things I’ve built on my GitHub. There’s a rarely-updated blog as part of this site, but the best way to learn more about me is my LinkedIn and resume.
Questions? Compliments? Sighs of exasperation? Shoot me an email on the contact form!