I code stuff
Fall 2017—Winter 2017Raytrace is a raytracer I wrote for a class. It can do the basic features, includes a BVH optimization structure, and supports texture map. It's built in C++14. Find it, and example images, here.
Summer 2017Diceroll lets you answer questions like "What are the chances my rolls total 28 when I roll six six-sided dice, then flip a coin and double the result if it's heads?" analytically (which is 2.4%, roughly). It's written in ruby. Find it here.
Summer 2017I interned at LGS Innovations during the summer of 2017. With the help of my team, I used an in-house Node.JS framework to provide a user interface for interacting with an SDR. We wrote the frontend for the website in Polymer. I also wrote an android port of a python machine learning program to do a type of threat analysis. All of my work there was proprietary and under NDA, so sadly I cannot link it.
Late 2014—Early 2016ImageHex was an art website. It had features for sharing and finding art, as well as a commisions feature. Me and a partner used Rails for the backend, PostgreSQL for the database, and some React.JS on the frontend. Sadly, it didn't find a marketplace. It is now defunct, but you can find the source code here
October 2014WavHead was the first webdev project I ever embarked on. It lets guests at a party vote on what song to play next. It stores the songs in SQLite, and serves them up with Sinatra. Find it here.
I write stuff
Most of it on this blog.
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