I graduated from Purdue with a degree in Computer Engineering in May of 2015. While at Purdue I was a dedicated member of the marching band and I still love to play my trumpet whenever the opportunity arises.
As the lead engineer, I am responsible for architecting and leading the development of SkinIO. My time is split between server development, DevOps work, and development of the iOS App.
As the iOS engineer on the team, I am responsible for the native frontend of SkinIO (an early skin cancer detection system). My responsibilities include developing the existing prototype and refactoring it for long term sustainability and scaleability.
As one of the two cofounders, I make up the technical side of Uplink. I am responsible for the development work that transforms my brother's artistic vision into a reality.
As a member of the mobile team, I was responsible for working on the design and deployment of native applications and infrastructures. Everything from Go to native Swift was fair game. Our main objective was to build a software factory and develop scaleable systems so that a small team could support a multitude of different products.
I graduated with a degree in Computer Engineering. My studies allowed me to explore not only software, but electrical concepts and the theory behind computer systems.
As a rails developer I helped automate the management of customer reports, loan processing, and billing. I also worked on a visualization tool for SQL queries and automated rebilling of customers.
I led the research efforts into ETL technologies using IBM DataSphere and developed an extensive set of templates, scripts, and documentation.
I redesigned a site that provided vital information to advisers and integrated with an Android-based queuing system. The platform was built in HTML5, Python, and DTML.
As a .NET developer I built web automations and interfaces. I also worked on the design and development of an internal chat system used for communication, system alerts, and auditing.