This was an app I developed alongside two friends/developers. It was designed to be part of the 2018 FBLA Mobile App Development competition. It's primary job is to serve as a library management tool for both patrons and administrators of a library. The backend is written in Ruby, and the app itself is written in Flutter
For my girlfriend Lindsey's birthday, I decided I wanted to make a word clock. The project is based on an Arduino controlling an array of RGB LEDs that can be purchased from eBay. The C code I wrote for the Arduino dynamically generates a sentence that tells the time every five minutes.
When I was a junior in high school, I joined my school's Work-Based Learning program so I could continue my job as a Network Engineer for my school system. Very early on in the school year, the coordinator of the program indicated that he had long wanted a cloud-based attendance system, which would allow him to focus on the more crucial parts of his job. I whipped up a quick prototype in Python using Tk, and Rolltrax was born. It quickly grew into a much more advanced software toolkit, which allows complete management of the administrative tasks of a Work-Based Learning coordinator. Currently, the Rolltrax backend is written in Crystal, and the web UI is written in React using the ReasonML OCaml syntax. The mobile app (currently unreleased) is written in Flutter.
This was my attempt at trying to learn how to use p5.js. It is a simple but functional implementation of the classic game of Snake.
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My resume can be found here.