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Hi. I'm Joshua Wise, and this is my web site. I'm an engineer of varying sorts; most recently, I have been working as an ASIC architect, but also exciting to me is programming language theory, as well as the concepts behind various physical engineering challenges. Periodically I build things that I'm excited to share; one of the things that I'm proudest of is VirtexSquared, a system-on-chip on a Virtex-5. (For more on my work, see the Projects section of my site.) In 2011, I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering; originally, I'm from Wayland, Massachusetts. As of July 2011, I work as an ASIC architect at NVIDIA Corporation, and live in Mountain View, CA. And, since October 2015, I hold an RYT 200 accreditation by way of the Bindu Yoga Teacher Training program, and you can find me teaching at Planet Granite in Sunnyvale on Thursday mornings at 6:30am.

This site tends towards the more structured (and more static...) side of things, but for some of the other things that I think about and write about a little more spontaneously, you might want to check out my weblog, where I also write a little more personally than I do here. Below, perhaps, you'll find some of what I consider to be the “greatest hits”, sorted roughly in chronological order. I hope you enjoy!

Of course, if you're looking for anything else, don't hesitate to e-mail me! Thanks for stopping by.

Best regards!