Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
University of Arizona | May 2012
Minors: Computer Engineering and Math
Additional: Dean's List. Honors College, WildCat Excellence Scholarship, APIASF Scholarship Fund
Backend Work: Firebase, Node.js
Programs / Misc: Adobe Creative Suite
Founder, Phoenix, AZ / San Francisco, CA / New York, NY
iOS Developer, San Francisco, CA
Programmer II, Phoenix, AZ
Intern, Phoenix, AZ
Hardware Technician Co-op, Tucson, AZ
Circuits Lab Assistant, Tucson, AZ
Founder and DJ, Phoenix, AZ
Webmaster, Tucson, AZ
This iOS application allows athletes to create a digital player card in which they can store all their digital media including pictures, videos, and badges related to their athletic career. New features are being added to this app on a monthly basis. Designed the rails API, integrated with AWS S3, and wrote the code base nearly from the ground up. App is available on: iTunes.
This application is a time tracking and job-costing app for contractors. Developed the app from the ground up. Worked closely with the CEO of this company to design the required API's for this. App is available on: iTunes.
This iOS application allows users to post two pictures of themselves in two different outfits and crowdsources votes to determine which outfit is better. The feature base is very similar to that of Instagram. The backend was built out with Parse and Cloud Code.
As a DJ, I have encountered the issue where fellow partygoers do not have direct access to the DJ due to restricted booths to make song requests. DJs also have to keep all of these song requests in mind and mix them in when the BPM is right. This iOS application allows partygoers to request songs to the DJ at the current event they are at. Geolocation limits users from voting on songs if they are outside of the geofenced perimeter. The backend service layer was created using .NET MVC API and the iTunes API. App is available on iTunes.
This Android app allows a user to take a picture of an unsolved Sudoku puzzle, and the app will transcribe the image and solve the puzzle. Image processing was used via the tesseract API. Image processing techniques and optical character recognition (OCR) was used to convert the image into a processable data structure. The sudoku puzzle was then solved using P. Tellenbach's Sudoku Solving algorithm and displayed to the user.
Multiplayer HTML5 Game that is similar to the common game of Pictionary. One user draws an image of a prompted random word. The other player has to guess this word. Turns alternate. Drawings, users, score, are connected to a MySQL database via PHP.