This project was selected along with five others to be presented to the other Intel semifinalists in New York state at Facebook's Manhattan office. You can also read about this event in the local news here and here or on my high school's website.
In the spring of 2016 I worked for the State of Rhode Island's Office of Digital Excellence.
I was responsible for GetOutdoorsRI, a website designed to encourage Rhode Islanders to explore the local outdoors.
It was adapted from a similar website built by the State of Missouri.
I built a proof-of-concept cloud storage website called airDrive that combined the ease of Dropbox with the security of end-to-end encryption.
It leveraged Storj as a cheaper and more secure storage network.
During the summer of 2015 I worked for SchoolBee. I was one of two developers and helped build the second iteration of their web platform. I developed an automated view system to improve the speeds of reads and built up other frontend and backend components of the website. Used Node.js, Express, Angularjs, MongoDB, Mongoose, MeanIO, and other related technologies.
I was an intern for Brown University's Web Services team.
I managed Drupal-based websites and performed tasks such as setting up content types, converting data, modifying css, and creating views.
I designed, built, maintained and enhanced My Trust Co, a bespoke website dedicated to enabling individuals to organize trusts.
This project lasted several years and was organized by a local couple with me as the sole developer.
I worked with a peer on jGrader, a tool to help AP Computer Science teachers easily collect and grade homework.
It has 10-20 full classes signed up and active.
I participated in the HackBCA competition with a peer.
We created Codium, a website designed to allow educators to teach classes of students how to program over long distances via video chat and live collaboration.
We placed in the top 20 and won the best use of the TokBox API.
My team and I won second place at PennApps X, another hackathon.
We created MagicBoard, which connected a BoostedBoard with a Myo gesture controlled armband.
This allowed the user to control the speed of the board by rotating his or her arm.
I work on small projects all the time, some of which can be found on my Github.
I am an Eagle Scout.
My project involved leading teams in digitally mapping and transcribing two local cemeteries.
I founded the Tech Club at my high school my sophomore year in order to teach programming languages and collaborate on projects.
We hold one hour meetings after school twice every week.
I engaged the club in the American Computer Science League competition a few years ago.