I've always had an interest in programming, and in 2016, I made it my full-time career. Back in early 2014, I took Engineering Software as a Service, which helped me realize that I wanted to spend more of my time writing code and solving problems. Today, I'm a support developer at Real HQ, and I still spend a whole lot of my free time learning about software development and working on side projects.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gathers data on available San Diego apartments and alerts subscribers to changes.
Back end: Ruby, Rails, Mailgun, Heroku Scheduler
Testing: Rspec, FactoryGirl
Combines local weather data with your preferences to recommend clothes for your next run.
A simple, responsive job board that's fast and easy for board adminstrators, job seekers, and employers.
Back end: Ruby, Rails
Testing: Rspec, FactoryGirl, Cucumber, Capybara
Gathering information from the MIT Course Catalog isn't easy. This app generates a clean HTML table with information about classes for a given course and term.
Back end: Ruby, Sinatra, Nokogiri
Front end: HTML, CSS
Drupal Batch User Creator
Need to create a bunch of new users for your Drupal website? This script takes usernames, passwords, and other information from a CSV and creates them in a fraction of the time it would take to do so manually and without the need to install any Drupal modules.
Ruby, Capybara, Selenium WebDriver