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# Emily Ann Maier
emily@emilymaier.net
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https://github.com/emilymaier

## Experience

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<h3>Site Reliability Engineer–Software Engineer</h3>
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2017—
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Google LLC
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New York, New York
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I'm currently a SRE–SWE on the Social Storage SRE team at Google working on building and maintaining various distributed systems.

I'm the SRE technical lead for a reliable queuing system used by many Google-internal systems to perform asynchronous message processing that enable such features as automated voicemail transcription, text indexing, spam and abuse filtering, and notification delivery to smartphones.

I also work on keeping up some of Google's other distributed systems that provide storage for systems such as Google+, Hangouts, and Youtube commenting and streaming.

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<h3>Software Developer</h3>
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2015—2017
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EditShare LLC
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Watertown, Massachusetts
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I worked as a software developer building systems for storing, streaming, and editing of digital media. I primarily worked on the EditShare File System (EFS), a distributed filesystem underlying the company's high-end systems that store raw and in-production media files across servers using algorithms similar to RAID.

Within EFS, I mostly worked on including the ability to set bandwidth limitations for users, integrating TLS and Kerberos/Active Directory integration into the filesystem's network protocols, and creating drivers to that Windows, macOS, and Linux machines could directly connect to the filesystem without having to use SMB/AFP/NFS as a shim layer.

Additionally, I wrote large amounts of integration code so that the EFS layer worked seamlessly with the company's higher-level software as well as compatibility code to work around issues in third-party video editors that the customers used.

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<h3>Software Development Intern</h3>
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2012
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Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
<br />
Blacksburg, Virginia
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I worked as a web developer building a Firefox plugin for the University library. Written in JavaScript, it provided quick access to search for college databases as well as page annotations. For example, if an ISBN on a webpage related to a book in the library, the extension automatically linked the ISBN to the relevant library catalog page.

# Education
Spring 2015
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B.S., Computer Science with minor in Mathematics
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Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
<br />
Blacksburg, Virginia

# Keywords
I'm proficient in C, C++, Java, Python, and Go. I also have some experience with C#, Rust, OCaml, and Haskell.

I also have extensive experience working with Linux internals and networking code, along with building distributed systems.