Software Engineering

Full Stack and Front End Engineer


Professional Experience

Software Engineer at No-IP
April 2014 - Present

Achievements

  • Regularly release features, fixes, and enhancements to millions of users in production
  • Work in Agile/Scrum environment
  • Participate in code review, by and for peers

  • Migrated legacy code into modern frameworks and architecture
  • Created libraries to translate and internationalize the contents of No-IP's websites
  • Helped establish code requirements, guidelines, and etiquette

Web Developer at QuickQuote
April 2011 - Jan 2013

Achievements

  • Improved functionality of the company‚Äôs website in a PHP - MVC framework
  • Maintained and automated server functions with Perl scripts
  • Responsible for administering on-site servers and equipment

Education

Trained in software engineering and programming

B.S. Computer Science and Engineering

University of Nevada, 2009 - 2014

Public Projects

Passion projects and experiments

Qualendar

A project designed to help anyone create an online community calendar to increase visibility of local events.

I originally started it because I was finding it difficult to keep track of all the fun events that happen in city. Instead of just creating my own personal calendar, I wanted an application that would let anybody submit and find local events. I was also eager to experiment with Vue to create an ultra-fast, sleek website that is a joy to work on.

Still a work in progress, I am dogfooding the app, but eventually anyone will be able to sign up with their own domain, say seattle.info or nyu-events.com, and create their own curated list of local events!

  • Stack: Ubuntu - Apache - MySQL - PHP 7
  • Frameworks: Laravel (5.5) + Vue (2.3)
  • API: RESTful, JSON

SoundSerum Android App

I found SoundSerum, a cool royalty-free techno music website, and seeing that its Android app was using PhoneGap, took it upon myself to create a native music streaming app for the website.


Get it on Google Play


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VHUD (Vehicle Heads Up Display)

My senior project for UNR. Inspired by Jarvis from Iron Man, my team and I created a Heads-Up-Display using Beamsplitter Glass, Android, and the data that an OBDII bluetooth sensor can provide.

See it in action



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Skills

Started with some simple Python scripts - been hooked ever since.

Languages

Proficient In: PHP, SQL, JavaScript (ES6), HTML/CSS/SASS, Java

Dabbled In: C++, C#, Python, Perl

Frameworks and Philosophies

LAMP, Laravel, Vue, MVVM, MVC, Bootstrap, Materialize, SOLID, Test-Driven Development (TDD), PSR Coding Style Standards, Agile, Scrum

Environments and Software

Windows, Linux/Ubuntu, OSX, Git, NPM, Yarn, JIRA, Confluence, Office, Gimp, Vim, Android Studio, Eclipse, DNS/BIND, Docker