I completed my Ph.D in Carnegie Mellon's Human-Computer Interaction Institute where I was advised by Brad Myers. My Ph.D research focused on enabling and encouraging more people to write and customize computer programs by creating new programming tools and exploring usability issues in programming environments. I also attended MIT (CS & math S.B. in 2007, CS M.Eng in 2008).
My last name (Oney) is pronounced Oh-Knee.
I go by either "Steve" or "Stephen". Many of my publications use "Stephen".