About Me

Hey there, I'm Tyler Hedrick and I'm passionate about computer science, music, and mobile development. I am currently a senior at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing a degree in Computer Science with a minor in Music Technology. I have been an intern at Facebook for two summers, and currently teach my own iOS development course at CMU.

When I'm not making websites, or programming the next big iPhone app, you can probably find me at a coffee shop, or exploring a new place for lunch. I also love baking, karaoke, hiking, and volleyball. Make sure you check out my work, and contact me if you like what you see!

For a class project, we were required to create a webpage to make it to the top results of Google when you search "hitseeker". I am posting a link to my hitseeker page to hopefully move up the ranks in the search results.




Carnegie Mellon University

5000 Forbes Avenue. Pittsburgh PA, 15213

B.S. Computer Science, Minor in Music Technology

Expected Graduation: December 2013

Cumulative G.P.A.: 3.38 / 4.0



iOS Software Engineer Intern
Summer 2013
  • Implemented a highly-requested feature for the Facebook iPhone application.
  • Worked effectively with a team of developers and designers as the feature was implemented across all platforms.
  • Frequently contributed to on and off-line product and company discussions.

Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science

Teaching Assistant (15-237 Cross-Platform Mobile Web Applications)
August 2013 - Present
  • Helped create course materials on a variety of topics including HTML, CSS, web design, Node.js, and Javascript.
  • Worked closely with Professor David Kosbie and other TAs to develop a course to be taught in Spring 2014.


Production Engineer Intern
Summer 2012
  • Created a Cache Configuration Validator for Facebook's Ads department’s numerous memcached hosts.
  • Independently developed a new feature for the Facebook Camera iOS app.
  • Implemented the Maximal Independent Set graph algorithm in Objective-C.

Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science

Teaching Assistant (15-150 Functional Programming)
January 2012 - December 2012
  • Ran recitations, graded papers, and helped students gain proficiency in SML, functional programming concepts, and mathematical proofs
  • Helped create assignments and weekly labs including documentation, starter code, and solutions

Carnegie Mellon University Office of Admissions

Andrew Ambassador
January 2011 - Present
  • Gives campus tours and calls prospective students with important information regarding the university and admissions documents



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