Daniel Langerman

I’m a software engineer who thinks we deserve better from our computers. I strive to build systems that make computing more useable for everybody.

I currently work at NYJTL, helping to assess the potential of novel data methodologies and browser-based technologies. When creating software solutions, I come up with ideas for new user interfaces and develop interactive prototypes to try them out. Throughout the engineering process, I evaluate my work against high standards for ease of use, logical consistency, and accessibility.

I graduated from the Baruch College Zicklin School of Business in January 2020, with a Bachelor of Business Administration in computer information systems. At Baruch, I also helped found ISACA, a student group that models software development and management practices.

You can get in touch with me by email or on LinkedIn. If you’d like, you can also download a copy of my résumé, or check out some of my software projects on GitHub.