Software Engineer at FullStory, previously at Google. Dabbles in computer graphics, distributed systems, and making computers learn.

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2012 - now

In early 2012, Jaime left Google to help imagine and build FullStory. FullStory is backed by KPCB (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers) and Google Ventures, and is building the future of customer experience.

2008 - 2012

Jaime was a Tech Lead at Google, leading a team of 20 engineers building a large-scale distributed system with a state-of-the-art, realtime collaborative web client, for an internal project that he can’t talk about.

Before that, Jaime worked on the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and Speed Tracer, developed profiling infrastructure for the Webkit rendering engine and Google Chrome, implemented V8’s C++ API for grabbing JavaScript stack traces in an embedded context, and helped to optimize Google Maps, Wave, Google AdWords, and other internal apps. Jaime won an OC Award (the second highest award for innovation at Google) for his work on AdWords.

Simulation Systems Group (GaTech)

2006 - 2007

In 2006, as a Graduate Researcher, Jaime was the Lead Developer and Point of Contact for a suite of test tools for HLA Federate Compliance Testing (project under contract from the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office). He presented the project to the Spanish Government in the Summer 2006, and at the Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW) in Sweden that year.

Aware Home Research Initiative

2004 - 2005

As an undergraduate in 2004 and 2005, Jaime developed novel home automation proof of concept prototypes leveraging custom RFID antennas, X10 sensors, and speech recognition + text-to-speech.


In addition to building things with code, Jaime enjoys reading about physics, psychology, the brain, and the nature of consciousness. Jaime hails from Kingston, Jamaica and is a proud Campion College alum. He received his Masters in Computer Science from Georgia Tech.

Here is an old college portfolio from over a decade ago (complete with myspace worthy CSS).