My name is Jonathan Browne. I'm an experienced software developer and a student in the University of Texas at Austin's Integrated 5-Year Computer Science BS/MS Program. I'm currently entering my fourth year at UT, but I've been programming since elementary school.

I work on Sponge, an open-source plugin API for Minecraft servers. I've been involved with the project since 2015, and have served as a core developer since 2017.

In 2020, I was part of UT Austin's Freshman Research Initiative in the Autonomous Robotics stream. For the spring, I helped build a prototype robot status board website for the university's Building-Wide Intelligence research laboratory. Over the summer, I helped with several additional projects at UT inside and outside the BWI lab - an experiment for robots and humans passing each other in a hallway, a virtual robotics camp for high school students, and a pandemic simulator which was published as part of the AAAI Fall 2020 Symposium - AI for Social Good. In the fall, I started collaborating on a machine project that analyzes human motion to predict a person's trajectory, which I have been continuing since while serving as a peer mentor.

In the summer of 2021, I worked as an intern at Vectra. I worked on enhancements to customer-facing and internal reporting systems and worked on several internal security hardening features.

This past summer, I interned at Amazon in their Supply Chain Optimization Technologies team. I designed and implemented a web service integration for their delivery planning systems and worked on improvements to our development and deployment processes.

I'm naturally quiet and thoughtful. I'm very curious; in my spare time, I enjoy learning about and experimenting with different technologies. I also try to be helpful and ethical whenever possible.

The best way to get in touch with me is through email. I'm also on LinkedIn, and you can find many of my projects on GitHub, and Glitch.