A software engineer based out of Tempe, Arizona. I enjoy writing open source software and learning new technologies.
Comment system built for developers who want to quickly and easily integrate discussion into their web apps.
Volunteer engagement platform built for a non profit organization called Zuri's Circle. This project was part of Paypal's annual Opportunity Hack and took first place.
HTTP Web Forms as a service / Google forms remake
Algorithm visualizer tool I built to help me practice algorithms and data structures.
Second portfolio I've ever made, which is this website you're on right now.
Static file sharing web application that generates shortened download links
WebRTC conferencing platform with support for video and audio chatting in a room based system.
Free lance enterprise web app I built for a company to help keep track of their employee statuses.
Online radio web app for listening to Youtube and Soundcloud audio with others
First professional portfolio I created around November of 2018.
Tetris emulation built using React with hooks
Soccer game remake using express and web sockets
Lake house property scheduling web app I worked on with a group for a school project using .NET Core and Razor pages.
Full stack currency exchange web application that me and my partner built for CST-361 (Design patterns in Java) at GCU with JavaEE, JAX-RS, ASP.NET Core worker service, JBoss EAP, and Google charts.
Hackathon data analysis tool built using Spring and MySQL
Peer to Peer voice chat app built with web sockets and peerjs ontop of node and WebRTC
Website base with user authentication and real time chatting built with React and .Net core
RTMP live streaming platform built using nginx, .net core, and postgresql
In-depth reflection of the technical decisions and design of my second portfolio project featuring some of the latest front-end technology.
A reflection on the technical decisions and various things I learned from creating my first professional portfolio.
A brief introduction to my life and how I got started with software engineering.
A test post for markdown rendering.
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