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Hello! My name is Joseph Marenin, also known by many as Joey. I am a proud graduate of the Computer Engineering Department at California Polytechnic State University. I graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors and have a burning passion for all things software!

Currently, I am working as a backend developer for IBM's Tape Technology Department. In my current role, I am tasked with working on a variety of projects that include topics such as web development, cognitive tool development, and machine learning.



From a young age, I always knew I wanted to be an engineer. My grandfather, who was and continues to be my biggest inspiration, was an electrical engineer who retired with 12 patents to his name.. Among his biggest accomplishments, my grandfather was a part of the IBM SCAMP team that was responsible for prototyping the IBM 5100, one of the first portable computers.

Because of this, I have always had aspirations to to be an engineer and make meaningful contributions to society in the way that my grandfather did. I have a strong passion for computer science and software development, and have decided I would share these passions with the world by using them in a way to provide meaning to society.



Chapter of the Year

Cal Poly Fraternity Life

This award is given to the fraternity that has excelled the most in areas such as brotherhood, philanthropy, community presence, and academics within the Cal Poly community. This award was bestowed to my chapter for the 2023 calendar year, the year I was president.


Officer of the Year

Sigma Pi

Officer of the year goes is rewarded to an officer of the Eta Delta chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity international that has gone above and beyond the normal responsibilities he is tasked with.


Scholar of the Year

Sigma Pi

The Scholar of the Year is given to a fraternity member who has achieved great academic success while staying very involved within the fraternity.

My hobbies

I love computer science, but I love other things too!
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