Hi! My name is Christina Aiello, and I am a software engineer at Datto. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and my Master's Degree in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

I worked on a research project, an Android app that passively estimates your BAC based on how you walk (which we patented, U.S. Patent #10,539,549), under the advisement of Professor Emmanuel Agu. I was a teaching assistant for the Computer Science Department at WPI. I have been a member of and (and past president of) the Toastmasters International Student chapter on WPI's campus, and I have been the president and secretary of WPI's chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the Computer Science Honor Society.

Recent Highlights

I've joined the leadership team of the Inclusive Tech Hub group! I will have the opportunity to help plan and run events, in addition to helping the organization acquire nonprofit status.
My second code dress, a tribute to Grace Hopper, has officially gone live! I wrote SQL for it, and they created the pattern.
My Master's Thesis was patented on 1/21/2020! U.S. Patent #10,539,549. Filed: Oct 13, 2017. Patent issuer: US. Number: 15/783,414
I was interviewed by WGBH about my thesis for a news story on TV!
I took part in a BostInno roundtable interview about women in the Boston technology space.

I was featured briefly in a documentary about Grace Hopper. (My part is from 00:15-00:21.)
I wrote insertion sort code for Python dresses and a shirt for SvahaUSA's website: dress #1, dress #2, and the shirt