A multitude of different sites that are utilized by the employees of the University of Massachusetts Amherst's Transit service. Includes work in most aspects of full-stack (front-end, back-end, unit/integration/functional testing, database management).
Primary sites worked on on this page are round-three, probable-engine, jobapps, and microservices-engine.
Written in Ruby on Rails, utilizes HAML, RSpec / FactoryGirl, Postgresql, jQuery, AJAX. Holsters high standards of quality within security, web design, usability, and overall code strrcture.
This was made for a game: World of Warcraft
An open source project that I contributed heavily to during its infancy to help expand its scope to a larger portion of the community. Currently consists of a community of approximately 30 open source contributors that each interact with the community to improve and fix parts of the project.
Over the course of a single college semester, myself and nine other students were tasked with developing a web application for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise to analyze data from various their server devices.
Due to the development of various design documents, the application itself was constructed in only the final three weeks of the semester.
Written using basic HTMl/CSS/JS but utilizes Node and Mongo to host the server and process the data for the front end.
A personal project that I developed in my free time during a college semester. My first big project that was started from scratch. The goal of TimelapsE was to improve the time management skills of students and adult working force alike.
Developed to help relay information about myself to employers and the general public alike, this site was developed entirely by myself during my college years.
Written using solely HTML, CSS, and JS/jQuery. All CSS stylings are written from scratch other than minimal page formatting by Bootstrap.