Greg Price
+1 617-429-3989
San Francisco, CA

Since February 2014 I write software at Dropbox. I spent the first year-and-a-bit in infrastructure, running the world's largest network filesystem. In May 2015 I helped create our engineering-effectiveness team, where we've built and are building the tools, code architecture, and language features for Dropbox's Python codebase to scale to the hundreds of engineers and enormous number of lines of code that it's now reaching.

Before that I worked at several startups, including Quora and Ksplice, an MIT spinoff eventually acquired by Oracle.

From 2007 to 2009 I was a grad student in theoretical computer science at MIT, working with Jon Kelner and Erik Demaine. I received my master's degree at MIT in 2008, and my bachelor's in mathematics at Harvard in 2007.

Selected papers from my research days:

Some non-academic talks delivered:

Other activities: