My name is Devin Mui. I graduated twice in two years: once from high school and the second from Las Positas College with an associates of arts in economics and an associates of science in mathematics. Now, I'm an incoming sophomore at the University of Southern California pursuing a bachelors of science in physics/computer science.
When I'm not at school, I like to spend my time programming with friends at hackathons, building businesses, or just playing video games. This year, I started freelancing on Upwork. One of my projects included producing an Instagram scraper script for data analysis. Currently, I'm working on a boba barista machine I like to call BobaFetch.
I didn't get in but here's a video of some of my projects from high school
In the news
Devin was one of 365 applicants who submitted a short essay on why computer engineering or information systems powers innovation in today's businesses environment
December 10, 2018
"We wanted to make something a lot more cheap, a lot more accessible and empower visually impaired people," said young developer Devin Mui.
September 7, 2018
September 4, 2018
Unless you were a roadie for a major rock band — and you weren’t — you probably did nothing as cool as some recently graduated high schoolers in California did... they invented an assistive armband device that is designed to make payments and commerce easier — and safer — for visually impaired consumers.
August 31, 2018
Since June, more than 1,000 developers, programmers, hackers and tech makers all over the world have been hard at work on their most creative hacks, and we recruited an impressive panel of judges — check out their bona fides below — to help us narrow the field.
Senioritis. Commonly known as the affliction of students in their final year of high school characterized by a decline in motivation or performance. Did you experience this? Well, team Blindsight did not.
August 22, 2018
In today’s world, designers often create environments that rely on their users being able to see. Accessibility for the visually impaired is either an afterthought or not considered at all. For the 285 million visually impaired people around the world, tasks like finding one’s keys or walking along busy sidewalks become arduous or even impossible. Blindsight, however, seeks to change this reality. A new assistive technology designed by high school students and invited to showcase at the China-US Young Makers Competition in Beijing, Blindsight promises to dramatically improve the quality of life for the blind.
August 22, 2018
Our 6th annual Entrepreneur Competition and Showcase has started! Students have worked for 2 weeks developing solutions to problems of their choice. Tonight top teams from each engineering class present our panel of industry judges.
May 25, 2018
The 32-year-old Jane The Virgin actress hosted the premiere and was joined by the film’s stars Pulkit Mahajan, Devon Mui, and Ethan Reid, as well as the director, Andrew Wonder.
May 23, 2017
Nomad solves the problem of shoppers abandoning their search efforts by enabling users to find products simply by taking a picture or image of what they want. Ultimately this reduces processing time and cost while improving accuracy.
May 23, 2017
Nomad -- A product recognition solution to simplify the shopping experience.How do they do this? Users simply find an item they like, like a pair of shoes their friend is wearing, snap a picture, then find out where on the internet they can buy those shoes. By integrating into current retailer’s existing app’s, the team is creating a new way to shop!
Oct 25, 2016
Congratulations to Lowell 10th graders Derrick Ng and Jesse Liang for winning the AngelHack 2016 Weebly API Prize along with their friend Devin Mui from Dublin High. They competed in the hackathon at AngelHack San Francisco, April 9th 2016. They won a $1000 amazon gift card for their efforts. Way to go hackers!
April 27, 2016
Let's get boba and talk