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Tomiwa Ademidun

I'm a Software engineering and business student currently studying at Ivey Business School, Western University.
I'm also the founder ofAtila, an ed-tech startup that helps students automatically find and apply to scholarships in one click.

Projects

Atila

Atila is the ed-tech startup which I founded. We improve access to education by helping students automatically find and apply to scholarships in one click.

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Properly

First Software Engineer at Properly. We aim to use advanced machine learning and neural networks to automatically buy your home, over the internet, within 2 days.

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Austrian Quant

I built a machine learning algorithmic trading program which outperformed the SP500 over a 7+ year period.

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Phlock

Phlock is an electronic device which unlocks doors using your phone and an Android app that allows you to share keys with friends in real time.

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Hedged Optimism: Why I Invested in Botswana

I bought some stocks in Batswana companies then I wrote about my thought process and why I did it.

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Practical Machine Learning

I gave a tech talk at my previous internship on how to build machine learning projects

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Atila TV - Emily Chen

I started an interview, podcast series. Where we interview young people (most of which are commonly referred to as "millenials") doing unique and interesting things. We talk about their education, career and life story.

In the first episode I interviewed Emily Chen:

Emily and I talk about how she got into U of T medical school without a degree, advice for students studying pre med programs and the importance of work life balance and self care.

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Atila TV - Paul Okundaye

In the sixth episode I interviewed Paul Okundaye:

Paul is an incoming management consultant at Bain and Company.

Before that he was an investment banking summer analyst at RBC after declining an interview at Goldman Sachs and founder of a food delivery company called Dine Easy.

In this episode we talk about why he chose investment banking and consulting and if he was chasing prestige or doing what he genuinely enjoyed. We talked about how he feels when people say “you only got an opportunity because you’re black or because you’re a woman”, why he left banking to join consulting and much more.

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