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Anthony Fiddes

Emory University | Computer Science B. A.

May 2022, 3.8 GPA, Degree

Snap Inc., San Francisco | Software Engineer

June 2022 - Now

Returned to the Data Mesh Catalog (DMC) team improve data searchability at Snap. This meant making it easier to find and reuse useful data stored in different media (e.g. BigQuery tables, GCS buckets, Looker dashboards, etc.). I am responsible for:

  • Developing new features on both the frontend (using React and Typescript) and the backend (using Java, Python, and SQL).
  • Creating pipelines to catalog metadata, primarily using Apache Airflow, BigQuery, and Spanner.
  • Maintaining and monitoring our services using Grafana, Kubernetes, Docker, Jenkins, and other tools.
  • Providing excellent and timely customer support.
  • Onboarding new hires to the project.

Our team is also spearheading the effort to make BigQuery a tier 1 service at Snap. This means that we:

  • Save millions of dollars per year by identifying unused resources for deletion.
  • Monitor query cost and performance with Grafana dashboards.

Snap Inc., Remote | Software Engineering Intern

May 2021 - August 2021

Worked on an internal fork of Apache Atlas as part of Snap’s Data Mesh Catalog team to improve the company’s data governance model.

Google, Remote | Student Training in Engineering Program Intern

May 2020 - August 2020

Worked as part of a team of three to create the travel idea clipping product Lobster Ice Cream. It gives Chrome desktop users the ability to save travel ideas that they encounter while they browse the internet. Read more…

  • Added Google OAuth2 and various React Components to our web app
  • Tested our Express Server using mocha, chai, and an in-memory MongoDB

Created a portfolio website (as part of the training progrmam) in Java on Google App Engine. I wrote all the assets from scratch in plain HTML, CSS, and Javascript. The site allows users to create comments, upload images, and translate other users’ comments. Read more…

Google, Chicago | Engineering Practicum Intern

May 2019 - August 2019

Created a production quality Dagger dependency analysis tool in Java with a small team for use by all of Google Search.

  • Required knowledge of Google’s internal development tools.
  • Left a design doc for my successors to improve the tool.

Served as part of Google’s Computer Science Summer Institute. CSSI is a community facing program that introduces underrepresented high school students to software engineering.