Paul S. Chun

Personal Information

  • Residence: Berlin, Germany
  • Born January 6, 1986 in Stockton, California, United States of America
  • Citizenship: United States of America
  • Marital Status: Single


  • Paul S. Chun

    • Business Strategy: Frequency Precision (2016), Revant Optics (2012)
    • Development: Golden Recursion (Python, 2017-current), RealLead (Ruby on Rails, 2012), Autodesk (Ruby on Rails, 2007)
  • Rivalfox

    CTO, Co-Founder
    • Assembled an engineering team on a Ruby on Rails stack and led development.
    • Architected systems and software utilizing AWS and Google Cloud technologies.
    • Transitioned from Rails to three tier web application with React.
    • Mentored and challenged employees to extend beyond their comfort zones and grow.
  • Heyzap

    Full Stack Software Engineer
    • Developed APIs and standalone products with Ruby on Rails and JavaScript.
    • Led efforts in partner integrations on site and post-integration support.
    • Joined as the second full-time hire after company received seed funding.


  • Write Honey

    Creator & Maintainer
    • Planned, designed, built and marketed a popular web application alone.
    • Built a custom back end with Component, and the front end with Re-frame.
  • Berlin Korean Language Meetup

    • Took over inactive meetup group and turned into group nominated as a top group by
    • Participated in the Pilot Program as a top organizer.


  • University of Oregon

    Master of Business Administration
    Specialization in Entrepreneurship
  • Purdue University

    Bachelor of Science, Mathematics
    Minor in Computer Science


Technical Skills

Preferred Technologies
Clojure, ClojureScript, Couchbase Server, PostgreSQL, Ruby, Sinatra, SASS, React.js, Ubuntu, Chef, Mac OS X, D
Other Technologies
Rails, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, openSUSE, PHP, Windows, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, GIMP, MongoDB, MySQL, Sketch
Human Languages
English (native), German (conversational), Korean (Seoul National University Certification, Level 2), Mandarin Chinese (beginner)