I graduated magna cum laude from Washington State University with a degree in in computer science and a minor in business administration. I enjoy being involved in clubs on campus such as the Association for Computing Machinery and the Computer Security Group. In addition, I work on side projects in my free time. Most of these projects fall under the realm of web development as that is where my ideas lie. As my github shows, I have plenty of experience outside of web.
Outside of school and software development, I have spent the last 16 years volunteering at Issaquah Salmon Days. During that time, I was a co-chair of the Refuse Rangers team for 3 years while I was in high school. While I was a co-chair, my team won numerous international awards for our garbage and recycling program. I am also an Eagle Scout hailing from Troop 571 in Sammamish, WA.
3rd Place Senior Design Poster Competition
I majored in Computer Science, and received a minor in Business Administration. As an undergrad, I was involved with our local ACM chapter, the Computer Security Group, and the Linux Users Group. I also assisted in organizing and running the 2015 WSU EECS Hackathon. I was recognized for my hard work and dedication by being nominated as Outstanding Sophomore and Senior. I was eventually chosen as Outstanding Senior. I graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2015.
Work on File Sharing Protocol middleware, amongst other things.
Maintain undergraduate and graduate computer labs and provide support to faculty and staff as needed. Developed new websites for the department that meet university design practices, and developed tools to help monitor undergrad computer labs.
Worked as a team player by attending to support calls, diagnosing, troubleshooting, and implementing solutions.