A Spotify playlist generator using Markov chains to generate sequences of songs that the user typically enjoys together. Built on Go with Redis for caching and data store. Deployed on Heroku.
Stairs is a utility to randomly select items from a weighted array quickly and without excessive memory usage by creating continuous distribution functions that perform the selections.
People to Pizzas is a Slack command bot designed to source a Google Sheet containing a list of people and how many pizzas were served, predicting how many pizzas to serve given a number of people using linear regression. Yes, it’s silly.
Cybersecurity CI/CD InternMay 2019 - August 2019
Currently researching, implementing, and testing a full CI/CD system for GE Aviation Cybersecurity to automate their test and deploy processes, increasing developer productivity.
This platform will also accelerate adoption of cloud platforms within the team and make development cloud-first, enabling scalability through a Docker-based workflow.
- Architecting a CI/CD platform (Drone) to automate build and deployment processes
- Creating and customizing several Docker images, managing a private Docker registry
Full Stack Development InternJanuary 2018 - April 2018
Implemented both frontend and database logic for a customer-facing parts ordering platform to improve usability.
Developed an application to manage data collaboration across the GE Aviation supply chain, enabling supplier data access for GE engineers to improve delivery and quality across all aspects of the development process.
- Created REST-compliant API in Spring Boot
- Developing Vue.js components
- Increased coverage of Java API code
Platform Automation InternMay 2018 - August 2018
Worked to manage enterprise data software deployment, orchestration, and monitoring in AWS, saving GE >$500M in server costs across the team.
- Used Chef to automate deployment and setup of application containers on EC2
- Wrote JS/TS on Lambda to manage monitoring with automated alerts in team chat channels and on-demand triggering of deployment.
- Tested database calls, API functionality, unit tests with BDD in Mocha/Chai
Great American Insurance
Application Developer InternMay 2016 - May 2018
Developed a web app for enrollment and claims of a $40 million insurance division of GAIC. Worked in a Scrum team with 3 senior developers and contributed to feature and bug stories, planning meetings, and feature design.
- Built several customer-facing pages and critical features using business requirements
- Managed database migrations and financial reporting queries for billing customers
- Created microservice built on WCF to rapidly build and serve search data (10x+ improvement)
- Built and integrated Windows Services to accept and execute messages on top of RabbitMQ
- Automated user testing using Protractor
University of Cincinnati
Web Development InternJuly 2015 - July 2016
- Led update of UC department’s website with responsive layout and modern design
- Created dynamically updating calendar sourcing from internal API using Yahoo Query Language, jQuery
I learned a great deal from this position about working in a team, balancing a detailed design with usability, and staying true to a consistent design of the overall site.
The university environment, additionally, provided me with the skills to ask questions of others and complete my tasks with departmental approval, heavily applicable to companies large and small.
LP Enterprises LLC
Business Intelligence InternFebruary - November 2015
- Created reports in Microsoft SQL SRS to provide Cincinnati Bengals with scouting services
- Collaborated with past VP of IT at P&G to create technology-based solutions for Cincinnati Bengals
- Designed and implemented data-driven dynamic play cards to allow real-time play adaptations
The independence I had on these projects allowed me to better develop my planning ability and learn quickly to solve various issues that came up on the project while I was learning about the systems involved. I proactively sent updates, asked questions, and completed my deliverables well ahead of schedule.
This is here because I think it’s happened at least 5 times and I forget what to do every single time because it’s been just long enough for me to forget.
Edit: as some clarification, the idea of a “web standard” is nebulous.
Even Level 3 CSS Selectors
element:nth-child) got standardized in November 2018 while
being widely used and almost assumed as existing and most of the below features
are implemented by the WebKit/Apple team in Safari now.
I’ll make this one short. Sometimes, I’ll view a website I’m working on locally, and all appears well. Next, I commit and the fonts are wrong—they’re too big. Instead of going through checking CSS styles, cascading, inheritance, and the universal selector (
*), next time I’ll follow the genius of this commenter on Stack Overflow and make sure my zoom level is correct. I feel pretty foolish right now.
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