Sondre Agledahl

Curriculum Vitae

Relevant work experience

July-September 2019
Software engineering intern, Amazon (London, UK)
  • Developed new customer-facing service for all screened Alexa devices letting users report inappropriate images displayed with Alexa answers.
  • Designed and implemented service from scratch (on AWS infrastructure), and integrated it with existing codebase through collaboration with overseas teams.
July-September 2018
Software engineering intern, Amazon (London, UK)
  • Developed new internal REST service for creating and editing presentation themes for Alexa on the Echo Show device family.
  • Created React-based web app for non-engineering designers to easily interact with service without programming knowledge.
June 2017
Freelance games programmer, Innotech LLC. (London, UK)
  • Developed upon existing Unity-based match-three mobile puzzle game, single-handedly implementing many new features and game modes.
June 2017-Present
Microsoft Student Partner, Microsoft (London, UK)


University College London (London, UK)
MEng Computer Science, September 2016 – present
  • Final year master’s project exploring novel eye-gaze based interaction design in VR with user studies.
  • Elective modules in Computer Graphics, VR, networking and 3D geometry.
  • Developed complete mixed reality game (Unity) with tracked real-life objects and gaze-based interaction for Vive Pro Eye, as solo programmer in group assignment.
  • Expanded C++ network simulator to simulate packet flow on proposed Starlink satellite network for 3rd year group project.
  • Extensive systems programming in C and x86-64 assembly.
Senja VGS (Finnsnes, Norway)
International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, August 2014 – May 2016
  • Received distinction for highest IB score ever awarded in Northern Norway (42)
  • Founded and led a programming tutoring group, in which I taught programming and game development through Python (including through the use of the PyGame framework)

Extracurriculars and other distinctions

  • Finalist in Aardvark Swift’s Rising Star 2018 student gamedev competition.