MY (APPROXIMATE) KNOWLEDGE LEVEL IN SOFTWARE
HTML & CSS
SOFTWARE ENGINEER / WEB
I’m a full-stack developer based in Boulder, Colorado. I’ve been writing code since 2009 and I’m doing my graduate studies in Computer Science at CU Boulder. Employed at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), my specialties are in backend object-oriented or functional programming. But I have an affinity for web development and making things look pretty.
The Martian Autonomous Routing System (M.A.R.S.) was my Senior Capstone project at CU. I was part of a six-student team creating a program that would help a hypothetical future rover to autonomously maneuver the Martian surface. We were sponsored by NASA's JPL. It mostly involved parsing GeoTIFF elevation maps to find paths.
SECULAR STUDENTS AND SKEPTICS SOCIETY
SSaSS is the secular club at CU Boulder. They hold biweekly meetings on campus, host social and academic events, and promote critical thinking and scientific skepticism — which is rad. As president, I organize and host everything. See their Facebook page at:
UNIVERSAL DESIGN BUFFS
I led this six-student team in the 2018 Knowbility OpenAIR Rally. That's an accessibility-geared web development competition where participants across the nation get paired with non-profit organizations to build them a website (in six weeks) that meets accessibility standards. We worked with Ellipsis Education, and the website we made can be found in my portfolio.
STEALTH CME DETECTION
Working with data from the SDO EVE instrument, a friend and I helped with the detection and characterization of stealth coronal mass ejections. We worked under James Mason, a NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellow from Goddard, and Don Woodraska, a professional researcher at LASP.
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Serving at the interface between software and the science of NASA spacecraft and instrument missions, I spent my CU undergrad working on the Web Team in Data Systems. I worked primarily in Scala with a large stack of development tools, including Jira, Jenkins, Splunk, Artifactory, Ansible, WordPress, Angular, Docker, and sbt.