About the author
I’m Guilherme Kunigami, born and raised in Campinas, a city close to Sao Paulo, Brazil. In 2012, I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area.
I’ve studied Computer Science at University of Campinas and I’m currently working as a Software Engineer. More details are available on my LinkedIn profile.
I have a broad range of interests in Computer Science but my current focus is on Data Visualization, Distributed Systems and Bioinformatics.
I did a lot of Programming Contests in the past and I’m trying to contribute more to Open Source Software. I have some code on GitHub.
Outside of the technical domain I like traveling, photography and hiking.
About the blog
Most posts are about Programming, Computer Science and Math. I’m terrible for names, but NP-Incompletness sounded reasonable. It’s a word play with the concept of NP-Completeness and Gödel’s incompleteness theorems.
Why blogging? Because I like to write down notes from things I’ve studied to help organizing my thoughts and also to detect gaps in understanding. It may be also useful for future reference.
Disclaimer: the views and opinions expressed in this blog are of my entire responsibility and do not necessarily represent those of my employer.