As a software engineer, I strive to develop applications that are both efficient and user-friendly. My drive for coding comes from knowing I've built well-designed products that users will love to use and recommend to their friends and families.
When I'm not in front of a computer screen, I'm probably hanging out with my girlfriend, riding around the Bay Area on my road bike, sitting out in the sun with my dog, or writing about whatever is on my mind at the moment.
Full-stack web application that helps Redditors manage, organize, and search their Reddit saves, developing key features based on user feedback. Client web app is powered by React, utilizing the Context API to manage in-app state. The backend REST API is powered by Node.js/Express.js with a Postgres database as the main datastore.
Open source contributor to the popular Firefox Test Pilot Experiment, Notes. Key responsibilities include: designing and implementing the dark theme, developing the functionality to switch themes, and developing keyboard shortcuts for the WYSIWYG editor using the Quill.js API.
Bookr is a full-stack web app that helps users find their next great read based on peer reviews. During this project, I was responsible for the Redux architecture as well as the UI and general design of the site.
Conundrum is a simple riddle game, built using React.js and deployed using ZEIT `now`. This is my first React project and it was developed as a means to practice using various React things, such as state and component lifecycle, fetching data from an API, and styling components. Check it out here - can you get all the correct answers?
CLI app to make decision-making easier. Ask a question to get back a yes or no answer. Developed using Heroku's oclif open CLI framework. Featured on ProductHunt and has 35+ stars on GitHub.
Firefox WebExtension that allows you to open all the websites you want with a single click of a button. This was my first WebExtension and is what really got me into creating small projects designed to improve users efficiency when using the web. Read more about the project here.