Harry Khachatrian is a software developer in Toronto, and is currently enrolled in the Rotman School of Management, at the University of Toronto, pursuing his Master of Business Administration (MBA). Before that, he spent three years working in machine learning and data analytics.

Harry has a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.ASc) in Computer Engineering from the University of Toronto, with a minor in business. In school (Skule), he presided as the editor in chief of the Galbraith Society Undergraduate Engineering Journal and the senior editor of the engineering newspaper, The Cannon. He also published a column in the campus-wide University of Toronto student paper, The Varsity.

He’s written computer programming tutorials, which can be found under Engineering. Presently, Harry writes about music and movies (and politics, foreign affairs, economics).  You can find all his columns under the archives section here. You can also read his work at The Washington Examiner, The Daily Wire, Townhall, National Review, and The Varsity.

Follow him on Twitter, @Harry1T6