About me

Hello all, my name is Anthony Burzillo. I am a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University with a degree in Math and Computer Science. Currently, I am working at Bloomberg LP, tackling problems concerning volatility in the ever increasing listed derivatives market.

I started programming in C when I was 8 at Camp Nonesuch in Natick, MA, creating a basic Tic-Tac-Toe game in Visual BASIC. Since then I've dabbled in the likes of C++, Haskell, Python, Bash, Ruby, Objective-C, JavaScript, OCaml, Lisp, Java, etc.

Check out some of my projects on my GitHub page. Examples include an interpreted language written in Ruby, a 3D game engine written in C++, an interpretable and compilable (AMD64) language written in Python , a homework IDE written in Ruby on Rails , and an interpreted statically typed functional langugage written in Haskell using f-algebras .

In my senior year as an undergraduate, I worked on a compileable, statically typed functional programming language written mostly in C that uses LLVM as an intermediate representation. Compilation almost works in all cases, but everything else works pretty well. Check it out on GitHub.

You can also view my resume here.