Disclaimer: This website is two years old and is no longer a comprehensive representative of my skillset. I have decided to leave it up because it does a good job demonstrating my passion for CS. It's a nice snapshot of where I was two years ago, but nothing more. Since then I've become much less interested in design, and have begun to focus on machine learning and computer vision. My resume shows that.
A sophomore at Georgia Institute of Technology, I love coding, hackathons and design. This is my portfolio and project showcase.
I know people won't use a product unless it solves a problem. That's why I build clean, functional code that does exactly what it needs to.
I know good code is wasted when user experience isn't up to par. I enjoy making simple, elegant designs that minimize user friction.
Developed a computer vision sorting system from the ground up to sort good and bad produce into different conveyor belts. Interfaced Digital I/O boards to an external linear camera for data collection, and to a series of pneumatic valves to sort produce with millisecond accuracy.
Wrote a programming tutorial explaining how to implement "Goal Based Vector Field Pathfinding". Researched and coded a pathfinding algorithm optimized for use with tens of thousands of particles.
Git, Autoprefixer, Modernizr, Grunt, Photoshop, Illustrator, LabView, Digital Ocean, Google Analytics, JUnit, UML, Netbeans, Windows, Linux, Android Development Studio
Data Structures & Algorithms, Agile development (SCRUM), Database design, Object Oriented Programming and Design, Computer Organization & Programming, Artificial Intelligence, Binary Morphology
Calculus (I-III), Linear Algebra, Numerical Methods, Discrete Math, Probability & Statistics, Combinatorics
I am earnestly curious and driven by a strong desire to learn new skills as indicated by my side projects and hackathon participation. In addition I am an effective communicator and leader as demonstrated by my HackGT involvement and status as an Eagle scout.