Hi. I'm Anant.

I'm a full-stack engineer with experience in iOS development, machine learning and Big Data analytics.
I'm also a hobbyist photographer.

I'm a software engineer at Apple, working on the UIKit team. I build new system features on Apple platforms, like the redesigned keyboard shortcut menu on iPadOS 15. I was a speaker at the Take your iPad apps to the next level session at WWDC 2021. I also architected and implemented app-to-web Private Click Measurement (PCM), allowing advertisers to measure in-app ad clicks without compromising user privacy.

I'm a proud trojan from University of Southern California ✌️. I graduated as a Presidential Scholar in May 2020, double-majoring in Computer Science and Business Administration. I was an active member of numerous organizations on campus, including USC LavaLab, USC Scope, CAIS++, HackSC, and more.


I worked as a software engineering intern on the iOS System Experience team at Apple. Along with prototyping exploratory animation work on the iOS text system, I also worked with Apple's human interface design team to make improvements to iOS/iPadOS 13. I also built the sample app for Taking iPad Apps for Mac to the Next Level. (I might have assisted you at a UIKit/SwiftUI lab at WWDC, too!)


I worked as a software engineering intern on the UIKit team at Apple. I developed an internal tool for the UIKit Frameworks team and demoed it to Apple executives. (I was one of 10 chosen to demo to Craig Federighi!)

I'm a passionate developer who loves building great products. As a WWDC 2015 Scholarship Winner, I've been formally recognized by Apple as one of the top 350 student iOS developers across over 40 countries.

I also enjoy working in teams and presenting my work to the world. My team won the Best Demo award at USC LavaLab Demo Night. LavaLab is USC's premier startup incubator that recruits the top 5% of students.

I like to experiment with new technologies, stacks, and ideas at hackathons. I've won Best iOS App/3rd Place Overall at HS Hacks and Best iOS App at HS Hacks II, and placed in the Top 20 Hacks at PennApps XII.

I was the President of HackSC at USC. I led a team to organize USC's premier hackathon, attracting 800+ students across the country. I also enriched hacker culture on campus with weekly Hack Nights, featuring industry leaders and dev workshops.

I was also the President of Tinovation Club at Cupertino High School. I helped create a curriculum to teach iOS, Android, and Web development to 300 students. I also organized Tino Local Hack Day and CU Hacks in 2015.

Some of the things I've learned (so far):

Programming Languages

C++, Swift, Java, Python, JavaScript, R, SQL, Objective-C, MATLAB


AWS, MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, Node.js, UIKit, CloudKit, Firebase, Parse, MySQL, jQuery

Design & Creativity

Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, Sketch, Figma, Final Cut Pro, Motion


Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics, iOS, watchOS, tvOS

Other cool stuff about me:

  • I'm a huge photography enthusiast. I shoot with a Canon 5D Mk III, a Canon 6D, and my iPhone. Check out my some of my shots here.
  • In my spare time I enjoy calligraphy, cooking, reading, and hiking.
  • I'm a second-degree black belt in Taekwondo.
  • While growing up, I've moved eleven times across seven states—Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Missouri, Oregon, and California.
  • I'm a (self-proclaimed) connoisseur of groan-inducing puns.

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Want to chat or grab coffee?

Drop me a line at anantjai@usc.edu.

(You can also reach out to me at any of the links in the bottom of the page.)


by Anant Jain