I'm an undergraduate student studying electrical engineering at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and passionate in software engineering. I've worked on software solutions have helped my community and myself for all sorts of everyday needs, from analyzing bowling scores to improving English skills. Continuing to provide these kinds of solutions is my goal, packaged in self-documenting, future-proof code and delivered in a minimalistic client interface.
By day, I study electrical engineering. By night, I'm a coding ninja/ping pong-er/Rubik's speedcuber/left-hand Dvorak typer.
The journey is more important than the destination. Would you like to hear a story?
My mom brought home two books she found at an old book sale. I had recently fallen out of a car phase, so I was down in the dumps and didn't have much to interest me. I tried reading the Java one— the name was cooler— but it made no sense. I asked my dad about the HTML one, and he showed me how to input an example on Notepad and see the output on Internet Explorer. I had complete control over the webpage. I was enthralled.
The website for our local bowling center was archaic, so I built a new version for them. Our bowling team didn't have any established method of digital data collection or analysis, so I devised a system for storing data, a heuristic equation to choose the next week's lineup, and built a website to display statistics. For the new Safe Rides service at our school, I built a web-app to streamline the (then pen-and-paper method) for volunteers and clients alike. My first blog was also growing a little outdated, so I built a new blog with a JS stack.
High school ended, so it was time to reach out. I met the great entrepreneur, Joshua Hirth, and worked with him to develop websites to promote his two innovative medical kits with websites. I attended four hackathons in the second half of the year. For the engineering design course, I helped develop an Android app to analyze a chemical glucose test strip, and designed a website to document the process.
2019 has just begun, and there's so much to do! I'm collaborating with our student banker to develop a new fusion website for all of the student-run websites at our university, including club funding, the bookstore, a student resource locator, and locker management. I hope to begin some work with machine learning, mobile app development, and security systems, and I have plans to touch up on a lot of old projects. Most recently, I've been looking for opportunities in employment or internship in the summer. Onwards!
Here are some of my projects! If you're stuck, try swiping on the icons (for touchscreens), or using the arrow keys. Enjoy!