Hi, I’m Kyle Martin
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Hello! My name is Kyle Martin, and I am currently a Computer Engineering student at NYU, class of ‘20.
Since then, I have gone on to teach at National Computer Camps where I led the instruction of all subjects, at my high school for math and science, and at NYU as both a TRIO (a Federal Program) tutor for computer science and engineering classes, as well as a Teaching Assistant for NYU’s Intro To Computer Science class (the latter two being me current employment). I am now part of the OSIRIS Club, for which I maintain the website, conduct security research at, compete in CTF’s with, and help organize CSAW.
All of the code I write is stored on GitHub. My more personal work, such as my school work and my late night scribblings, can be found on My GitHub Page, whereas I publish my more formal works under then pen-name of SaplingStudios.
My three most recent projects, EMA, bananaScript, and my Scrapbook can be found at the links below.
EMA and bananaScript can both be found where I publish my more formal projects, in my SaplingStudios repository. My Scrapbook contains a breadth of code snippets, be them strange things I found about a programming language or web-crawlers I wrote to test some hypothesis, it’s all part of my personal exploration through the technological world.