About Me

Hey there! My name is Jeremy Fleischman. I love the outdoors, coding, reading, and speedcubing. I particularly love to combine my interests in weird ways, and attempt to do stupid things.


I am helping build the future of caregiving at Honor.


I graduated from San Clemente High School in 2006, and UC Berkeley in 2010.

Dan Dzoan passed the presidency of the Rubik’s Cube club at Berkeley to me in January 2008. While president, I organized 7 Rubik’s cube competitions to varying degrees of success. I also ran the speedcubing DeCal, and was an instructor for the beginner’s Rubik’s Cube DeCal.

In March 2010, I handed the presidency to the amazing Vincent Sheu. Under Vincent (and as of this writing, the next 4 presidents!), the club has only continued to mature and grow. There is nothing I am more proud to have played a role in.

Not long after graduating from Berkeley, I attended US Nationals 2010 as a staff member and became US National Champion of one handed.

At Berkeley Spring 2013, I set the North American Record for one handed single with an 11.28 second solve.

I worked at Arista Networks from August 2010 to March 2015, when I left to found and lead the WCA Software Team.

I worked at Saddle Point Systems from December 2015 to May 2016.

I led the World Cube Association Software Team from March 2015 to October 2019.

Projects I’m particularly proud of

(in roughly chronological order)

I’ve also contributed to the WCA Workbook Assistant and twisty.js.

Thanks for stopping by!