A Junior at The Ohio State University studying Computer Science and Engineering with a passion for Application Development. Have the ability to learn things quickly. When lacking knowledge in an area, has the passion and drive to figure things out and learn to get things done as efficiently and perfectly as possible.
Continuation of Fidelity Internship for two additional weeks. Helped track down APIs that had security certificates that were about to expire along with helping with renewing those API certificates. Very basic intro to Jenkins and UDeploy. Updated source code (certain flags in Jenkinsfile) to ensure that the code would build and deploy properly.
Helped track down multiple APIs that had missing fields in source code that could cause a security issue. Created and updated multiple Confluence Pages for teams. Helped create and populate bootstrap tables that consumed the Confluence Team Calendar API. Automated a form process in Confluence using Forms Macro and basic SQL. Created graphs and charts (including some results from JQL queries). Wrote several JQL queries and created multiple Jira dashboards.
Helped instructor develop student's skills with fundamentals of Java, Design by Contract, Recursion, and Object Oriented principles. Responsible for grading and providing feedback on homeworks and projects. Assisted students during labs, office hours, and through email.
A work in progress personal project, that provides an introduction to fullstack development. A basic social app that allows users to signup and create polls and share them amongst friends or have other random users answer them. This project is in very early stages of development and is being worked on during free time.
SLChat - [Flutter (Dart), Firebase]
A group project (of two people) that started in the last few hours HackOhio. SLChat is messaging application (comparable to other messaging applications like iMessage, Skype, Discord, Whatsapp, e.t.c.) that allows for users to sign up and send messages to other users. The application even supports reacting to messages. Further features like sending and receiving pictures/videos, and voice/video calling may be added in the future.
Breakout Games (On The Run) Cipher Application [Python] -
A personal project. Created an Application that would allow group of friends playing On The Run to "decrypt" messages faster. A coin in the game was provided but would take a long time to match up the letters to actually decrypt the message. The application allows the user to input the "encrypted" message, and an the decrypted message would be displayed back to the user. Saving them a lot of time. The application also allows for users to then "encrypt" their own messages using the same cipher as the game.
Software 2 Projects - [Java]
Multiple group projects (Consisting of a three people) that solidified understanding of material taught in CSE 2231 (Software II). These projects were written in Java. Due to OSU policies these projects are not on GitHub, but a description of the projects completed can be found on the course page. (http://web.cse.ohio-state.edu/software/2231/web-sw2/schedule.html).
Quick Math - [Swift]
A personal project that provides an introduction to Swift and iOS App development. Based on the Elementary School game Mad Minute, the player has one minute to answer as many random arithmetic math questions as they can. Answering one wrong or running out of time results in a game over screen.
Reaction Time Test - [Swift]
Software 1 Projects - [Java]
Multiple Individual Projects that solidified understanding of material taught in CSE 2221 (Software I). These projects were written in Java. Due to OSU policies these projects are not on GitHub, but a description of the projects completed can be found on the course page. ( http://web.cse.ohio-state.edu/software/2221/web-sw1/schedule.html).
ENGR 1181 Final Project - [Matlab]
A final group project (Consisting of four people) that consisted of creating three games (Connect4, Memory, and Over Under Seven) in Matlab. Primary role was to code all three games and help with testing.
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