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Rising senior and computer science student at the University of Colorado Boulder, with a minor in business. I am interested in full stack software development, data science, and computer systems. This past summer I interned as a software engineer at Charles Schwab in Lone Tree Colorado, with the Wealth & Asset Management Engineering team. G Nuggets!
ProgrammingCurrently learning and .NET Core
C / C++ / C# .NET Core
Angular / Typescript
Git (GitHub, Bitbucket)50%
CoursesRelevant courses taken
Theory of Computation
Computer Systems/Operating Systems/Database Systems
Discrete Structures/Linear Algebra
Software Developer InternCharles Schwab
Software developer intern for the Wealth & Asset Management Architecture team. See resume for more details
NSF REUNational Science Foundation
Conducting research in mobile learning and its applications to engineering education and fluid mechanics .... This is part of an ONR funded project called "Mobile Instructional Particle Image Velocimetry (mI-PIV): Using Mobile Devices to Improve Interest and Conceptual Learning in Fluid Mechanics through Hands-on Flow Visualization and Experimentation." I am collaborated with a team of researchers to develop a curriculum for a vortex generator experiment which utilizes an Android application, called mi-PIV. Our team tested the mobile app to determine the feasibility of its application in a classroom enviornment .
Supported new computer science students in learning programming with C++ by actively participating in weekly recitations... and discussing CS topics with students, holding office hours via Zoom, answering online questions on Piazza, facilitating metacognition and growth mindset among students, and discussing important issues with the CSCI 1300 instructional team. I also took a complementary pedagogy course in which I collected qualitative data from my students through google form surveys and Zoom audio transcripts. I interpreted this data in a way that would help improve the course overall and presented this feedback to the course instructors. Overall, this was a very rewarding experience and I learned many valuable teaching and learning skills.
B.S, Computer ScienceUniversity of Colorado Boulder CEAS
GPA: 3.977 Esteemed Scholar, Engineering Merit Scholar, Thomas T. Eaton Scholar Business Minor
ProjectsSome stuff I've made
This smart health application is an all in one stop for users to log their fitness, nutrition, and sleep data. Built with NodeJS and SQL, as well as the Spoonacular nutrition and New York Times articles API. Please let me know how to improve this application and what you would like to see!Demo
Programmed a multi-threaded DNS lookup resolver in C. This project is part of the Operating Systems course at CU Boulder. Utilizes semaphores and mutexes to provide synchroinzation between Requester and Resolver threads.Demo
This is a NodeJs application that utilizes MongoDb, NodeJs Passport, and Google OAuth2.0. Users can post publically or privately and see other private posts from other users. Users have the ability to edit or delete their posts as well as change the visibility of their posts.Demo
This application is made with NodeJs and PostgreSQL. Users can search for meals using keywords and the API returns a json object that contains all of the meal info. Users can then review the meal item and the review is stored in the SQL database.Demo