Developer and CS Student
Hi! I'm an 18 year old computer science student and developer. In my free time, I enjoy involving myself in politics and playing/listening to music. I also serve as CTO of Rolltrax, an educational software company I co-founded in 2017.
My main interests are
- Web development
- Puzzle solvers
- Quantitative finance
- Functional programming
Click on a project to find out more about it
- Rolltrax - an educational software product that helps teachers get their students more involved in the workplace.
- BookWorm - An eBook management toolkit that won first place at the 2019 Georgia FBLA SLC
- bibliotech - a mobile library managment system
- security-py - an SEC data retrieval and analysis tool
- kiosk-rb - a hardware service request system
You can find a copy of my résumé here
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. It quickly grew into an 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 ReasonML. The mobile app is written in Flutter and can be found on the App Store and Play Store.
For the 2019 FBLA Coding and Programming competition, I was tasked with creating an eBook management app for both teachers/managers and students. I ended up writing my application in Python with PySide2 (Qt for Python) and building a backend in Crystal using the Sinatra-style routing library Kemal. I won first place at the State Leadership Conference in March 2019 with BookWorm, and will soon compete with my application at the national level.
For the 2018 FBLA Mobile App Development competition, my team was tasked with making a cross-platform mobile app to help patrons of a library navigate, find books, and more. We wrote bibliotech in Flutter, and used Ruby and Sinatra to create a backend. This was my first real foray into Flutter, and I liked it so much that it has since become my de facto tool for developing mobile apps.