|Stanford University, MS||2002|
|University of Cambridge, BA (Hons.) Cantab||2000|
|University of Cambridge, MA Hons||2000|
Siraj Khaliq is a technology angel investor and advisor to several startups. He was formerly Chief Technical Officer of The Climate Corporation (formerly WeatherBill), which he co-founded with David Friedberg in 2006 and helped grow to 160 people.
Prior to this, Siraj worked at Google in lead engineering roles on several high-profile projects, in particular Google Book Search (of which he was a founding engineer), Patent Search, Google Compute and several other offline content search initiatives. He joined Google from Stanford University, where he was a software architect for the popular Folding@Home distributed computing project.
Siraj is an expert in distributed systems and large-scale computing. He holds an MS degree in Computer Science from Stanford University, and a BA (Hons.) in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge, England.