I’m Paul Choi,
a Software Engineer born and raised in Philadelphia.

I’ve graduated from Temple University in 2019 with a BS in Computer Science and a minor in Data Science, and I’m currently actively searching for roles as a Software Engineer.

Since 2016, I’ve been the Director of Digital Technologies for Metro Church, based in Philadelphia, PA where I work with a great team to help advance our digital strategies, tools, and experiences through data-driven approaches.

Every August, you can find me volunteering on the operations and tech team for Pioneers For Christ, a 2-week long summer camp for elementary-to-high school students.

Learn more about me by checking out my LinkedIn, or by sending me an email. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!

Professional Experience

  1. Company
    Software Engineer II
  2. Company
    Sidecar / Quartile
    Software Engineer II
  3. Company
    Software Engineer

Non-Profit Leadership

  1. Company
    Director of Digital Tech
  2. Company
    Clean & Green Philly
    Lead Front-end Engineer
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These are few of the projects I've worked on over the years. Most of them are closed-source, but if you'd like any clarification, feel free to send me a message.

  • Metrophilly.org

    A site built for a local church using Next.js/React, TypeScript, Tailwind CSS, and Sanity CMS. Initially developed in mid-2019.


  • Metro City Hall

    An admin dashboard built for Metro, including features for expense management, departmental budget tracking, and event registration. Initially developed in early 2020.


  • Clean & Green Philly

    A civic app run by volunteers that combines several public datasets in order to categorize Philadelphia's vacant properties.


  • HackerOne

    Developed the core Penetration Testing and Assessments platform, which serves as a bridge between global organizations and the world's largest community of ethical hackers.


  • PFC Obershel

    The admin platform built for Genesis Youth Ministries, initially developed in PHP by Ezra Kwak. Development contributions included overhauling the event registration system to accept PayPal payments using their Instant Payment Notification API.


Things I use.

Inspired by WesBos, this is a quick list of daily drivers and things that make my life just a bit easier.


  • Editor: Visual Studio Code

  • Theme: Monakai Pro

  • Terminal: iTerm 2 (zsh & power10k)


  • Personal Tasks: OmniFocus

  • Team Project Management: Trello & GitHub Projects

  • Persistent Notes: Apple Notes & Notion

Computer / Office

  • 16" MacBook Pro (2021)

  • Lily58 split mechanical keyboard w/ Zelios V2 switches

  • Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse

  • IKEA Jerker desk

  • Ergodriven Topo standing mat

  • Plants on plants on plants


  • 1Password & YubiKeys

  • Firefox w/ DuckDuckGo

  • ProtonMail & AnonAddy

  • NextDNS & ProtonVPN

  • Signal

Other Software

  • Sublime Text

  • Raycast

  • Rectangle

  • Fantastical

  • Thunderbird

  • Figma

  • Canva

Other Tech

  • Apple AirPods Pro

  • Blue Yeti microphone

  • Razor Kiyo webcam

  • Samsung T5 1TB external SSD

  • Creality Ender 3 3D printer

Browser Extensions

  • Vimium

  • Temporary Containers

  • uBlock Origin

  • Decentraleyes

  • HTTPS Everywhere


  • Reading: Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami

  • Board Game: Coup

  • PS5: Gran Turismo 7

  • Steam: Factorio