I love web and mobile app development, Object Oriented Programming, and good conversations!
Over Spring quarter I will be working with
Riva Negotiations to build up their user interface with React and AWS.
Carta is working on an ambitious rebuilding of the entire course-perusal website from the ground up. My job is to build the new user interface using React.
Over the Summer I helped the head of my major department (see references below) to make key insights as we worked through the data in his chosen field of open source publishing, in the process producing a dynamically updating spreadsheet with data from thousands of websites.
I was recently accepted into Stanford's coterminal Master's program in Computer Science where I will be specializing in Mobile and Internet Computing. I hope to graduate either in December 2019 or March 2020. Since I am enrolled in both the B.S. and the M.S. at the same time, both degrees will likely be conferred together.
In this incredible major I get to not only take classes in Computer Scince but I get to take classes that let me stop and think about the significance of what I am doing in the CS classes I'm taking. What is the significance of this technology? How does it impact people? How might I change things for the better through technology?
I took, CS106A (Programming Methodology) with Chris and I really learned a lot from the experience. Certainly one of my favorite courses and first real exposure to the new and wonderful world of Computer Science. I was a finalist (top 9) in the famed CS106A Graphics Contest, though unfortunately not a winner. I did however score the highest grade on the final and in the class overall (out of over 400 students). Please contact Chris directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to hear what Chris himself has to say about me.
My second serious exposure to the world of Computer Science, Chris's CS106B (Programming Abstractions) was a wonderful experience for me. I was luckily able to spend a good amount of time getting to know Chris after class and asking him questions in advanced Computer Science topics. Please contact Chris directly at email@example.com to hear what he has to say about me.
Professor Willinsky is the head of my major department and I have been lucky enough to take several classes taught by him as well as work as his research assistant over the Summer of 2018 until the present. Together we delved into the world of so-called "Predatory Journals" and academic publishing. Through this process I learned about thoroughness and conscientiousness as well practical skills like dynamic spreadsheets using advanced functions and data analysis tools. Please contact Professor Willinsky directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to hear what he has to say about me.
Data Analysis and Visualization