I am a high school graduate, attending Northeastern University in fall 2018 to seek a degree in Computer Science. Currently, I work on all sorts of different software projects, including mobile apps, websites, and Amazon Alexa skills. In my free time, I enjoy flying planes, and I am currently working towards my private pilot's license.
Currently I work at Bluefin Technology Partners in Worcester, MA. Primarily, I design and build Amazon Alexa skills using nodejs, work on IoT projects, seek out potential customers, and research new programming techniques.
Earthquake Data Mapper was a personal project of mine, built using Google's mobile app framework, Flutter.
Earthquake Data Mapper allows you to keep track of current earthquakes, featuring a map view of all of the most recent earthquakes. You can also filter earthquakes based on your current location.
This app features JSON REST API parsing, Google Maps implementation, external package dependencies, and various types of list views for added user experience.
Pilot log is an Android app built using the Java JRE for the backend, and xml for the UI interface.
Pilot log is built for pilots to allow them to log their flights on their smartphone. Users can see statistics on their flights, and a map of all of the flights they've done.
This app features a local SQL database, Google Maps implementation, a settings page, and a navigation drawer.
Currently I have completed serveral projects, including 10Print, two player pong, an A* path finding demonstration, an airplane boarding simulator, an analog clock, single player pong, snake, space invaders, a sudoku solver, and a zombie survival game, with many more to come. All of these projects are available on Github.
One of my work related projects at Bluefin Technology Partners included an Alexa Skill for Speed Star Auto Transport. This skill was built using a nodejs backend and a JSON I/O front end. It allows for users to get a quote on a car shipment or answer some frequently asked questions.
This skill features live email sending through Amazon's ses service, generating a contact form, and the ability to respond to various utterances.
Routeen is an iOS app currently in development, built using Swift 4 and storyboarding.
Routeen is aimed at helping the user keep a daily routine they have, such as washing his/her face, and going to the gym. The app is based around the idea of a streak, which provides an incentive for the user to keep on their routine. The user must completed his/her routine every day else the user will lose the streak.
This app features CoreData implementation, current day/time retrieval, and management of multiple table views.
Fortnite News is an Amazon Alexa Skill that further connects Fortnite players to the game. This skill was made using a node.js backend and a JSON I/O frontend.
It allows users to get the latest news about the game, ask if the servers are up/down, and ask for a drop location (a game element).
This skill features multiple REST API requests and JSON parsing.