Early Life and Education
Kedar grew up in Santa Clara, California and graduated from Archbishop Mitty High School. He went on to attend the University of California, Los Angeles and majored in mechanical engineering. He was a member of Sigma Eta Pi at UCLA and started the delivery food service, UCLA Munchies. He partnered with a local Chinese food establishment, The Palace Restaurant, to bring Ching Chong Ling Long Gourmet Takeout which received press in LA Weekly.
After college, Kedar self-taught himself who to code programming languages and became a Full-Stack Developer at ApplyMap, a college admission portfolio platform tailored for high school students. An entrepreneur, he founded the Bangalore-based dating site, Let's Chai, and was responsible for design, development, and devops. In December 2014, Kedar became a full stack engineer at RFSpot Inc. where he developed and maintained software platforms and a full stack of web tools to administrate and navigate a fleet of semi-autonomous retail robots. For over a year, Keday was the lead instructor for the Web Development Immersive course at General Assembly's Downtown LA campus, and was the Engineer in Residence while not teaching. He received positive reviews from students and fellow instructors alike.