I'm a rising second-year at Northeastern University, living out my dreams. My first exposure to computers came through downloading a virus on my father's computer. After that mishap, I wanted to learn more... and the rest is history.
At Northeastern, you can catch me working on one of Code4Community's projects, hanging out with the squad at NUHacks, or involved in a hackathon. When I'm not coding, I'm probably playing Yu-Gi-Oh!, watching bad anime, or cooking.
I have experience with a variety of full-stack web development frameworks that I've gained through personal projects or hackathons. During that process, I've also picked up cross-platform mobile frameworks like React Native.
Data science found it's way into my life through courses I've taken online and through my university. I still enjoy dabbling with it!
Currently self-teaching myself UI/UX design with Figma over the summer! It's a super valuable skill that makes or breaks an app.
Here you can find the best projects I've done in my developer career!
Used the Neo4j graph DB to represent datasets of New England mailing addresses from 2005, 2010, and 2014. Our webapp produced insights, differences, and visualizations of the given data.
Gathers geographical, clinical, and personnel contact history data from users and estimates the user's risk of COVID-19 infection with a Bayesian model. The diagnosis also provides an action plan to users according to their risk rating.
I've written a few Python scripts practicing machine learning topics for my CS2810: Mathematics of Data Models course and during my 2018 summer internship.
A scraper built in Express for Google Flights data using the Puppeteer library. Results are cached in a MongoDB Atlas instance for an hour.
Inspired by Uber and AirBNB, RelieveÜ is a mobile app providing an on-demand private bathroom usage service.
Parade Events is a mobile app serving as an events platform for Northeastern students. Working with the Parade Team, I made some fixes to the frontend UI and built a recurring events feature into the app.
Traveling is fun, and I've been places! Here's some of that:
Hackathons aren't just an obligation for me, they're a lifestyle. Why do I enjoy them so much? Every hackathon I've attended has been an opportunity to learn, establish connections across universities, visit a new city, enjoy great food, and check out the hottest new technologies.
Back in Boston, I would travel to a hackathon once every other weekend. I also volunteer with the HackBeanpot core technical team to help organize their annual hackathon!