Co-developed Pebble application to pay contacts via Venmo.
Application consists of a Pebble application, an iOS companion application, website to register number with Venmo account, and Node.js server backend to handle traffic.
Developed majority of backend including Node.js server as well as the following services: MongoDB for storing and retrieving account information, Twilio for sending text messages as notifications. Co-wrote Venmo server-side authentication with teammate.
Completed application during Boilermake and won prize from Paypal for best use of Paypal/Venmo/Braintree payment platforms.
Featured on Purdue Science homepage on October 21st. Post is viewable here.
Challengepost link can be viewed here.
Co-developed a platform for authors to crowd-source novels at MHacks IV.
Application uses votes from community to choose which paragraphs/sections are chosen for inclusion in a given text
Application won best real-time hack, submission page can be viewed here. Also, Jot is now open-sourced and can be viewed here.
Wrote an autonomous logic controller for fish incorporating obstacale avoidance as well as motor functions
Led software development on the controller; designed controller by mapping out use cases and associating features with each case.
Used SCRUM to ensure features were pushed out on time and all core features were present.
Shown below is a quick video detailing the demonstration of our project and several phases in the design process
A visualization client for Twitter that searches through database for search term
Displays results of users with public tweets and geolocation on map with username
Created in 36 hours for MHacks II
Group collaborative note-taking software with syncing across a database
Group project completed using SCRUM
Created server backend for interfacing with notes
Source can be found on GitHub.
Windows Phone 7 and 8
Checkers Player vs Computer as well as Player vs Player
Group Project; Contributed by writing Networking functions to support Player vs. Player games over internet. However, networking version was discontinued due to server costs
Can find local version here, or the networked GitHub version.