I'm a Senior at The Woodlands Highschool currently applying to college. I program the robots for our school's FTC Robotics Team, the 'Pastabots'. In my free time, I enjoy programming just about anything I can think in a variety of languages with a variety of tools, frameworks and services.
I truly enjoy software engineering - the new languages, new styles, new frameworks, new tools - they're all so cool to me. But better than all of that is the people I get to program with. I don't live in an area with easy access to a group of strong like-minded students. That's why I treasure the few development experiences with fellow student developers so much.
When I'm not in front of a computer screen, I'm probably taking photos, playing videogames or thinking about whatever I want to program next.
A fun user interactable Unity-based simulation demonstrating pathfinding algorihtms like A* and Djikstra.
A project that allows users to browse the set of scripts for NBC's The Office in a high quality responsive format.
A commandline tool for automatically generating and adding tags to photos using Google's Vision API.
A Unity-based simulation demonstated the computed flocking mechanism called,
Built on Django, this project is a simple static file server offering a simple user interfaces and fast thumbnailing.