What does the future entail for me? Cryptocurrency, machine learning, and web and mobile app development all pique my interests. That being said, I find it difficult to commit to a particular path this early and stay open to all possibilities. Please do not to hesitate to contact me with opportunities or inquiries and connect with me on LinkedIn!
Using Gatsby, Contentful, and Netlify, I created a server side rendered (SSR) progressive web app to display variable information about a startup by the name of Gulf Corp. Contentful allows the client to edit almost every single piece of content. Additionally, this website uses Gatsby-Image to render images using the new <picture> tags to display a dynamically sized and formatted image based on browser and browser size. Components are styled with styled-components based on the SemanticUI framework and using Font Awesome icons. The website conforms to all standard A11y requirements.
Using Gatsby, Contentful, and Netlify, I created a server side rendered (SSR) progressive web app to display variable information about a startup by the name of ConnectDoor. Contentful allows the client to edit almost every single piece of content. Additionally, this website uses Gatsby-Image to render images using the new <picture> tags to display a dynamically sized and formatted image based on browser and browser size. Components are styled based on the SemanticUI framework and using Font Awesome icons. The website conforms to all standard A11y requirements.
This is the website you're looking at right now! It's built with React.js to allow projects to be easily added, removed, and updated by just modifying a JSON file. This project builds off of create-react-app to take advantage of Webpack and implements SCSS styling inspired by material design standards and semi-dynamically sized images for quick loading. This website dramatically improves on my first website back when I thought DreamWeaver was a good idea.
A massive project to facilitate new user acquisition for investment in the cryptocurrency markets. Upon completion, this app serves as the back-end of an investment firm for cryptocurrencies. The philosophy of the company: crypto will eventually reach widespread adoption and the time is now to get in at the floor. Written in Python and using MongoDB, the back-end stores user information, trades, and deposits and withdrawals. It serves this information to the front-end dashboard through a private API. More info coming soon.
The Github repo hosts a handful of different script files that Tampermonkey injects into the relevant websites. Certain websites just seem to be missing something or a simple change could really improve the functionality. I took it upon myself to add these features in the most seamless way possible. Check out the Github for a beautifully well-executed readme.md file that makes me proud.
After extensive research I concluded that allowing affiliates or vendors to embed products from a WooCommerce store is nigh impossible. This project solves that issue by creating a widget that enables a customizable and dynamic iFrame to be embedded in any website. It can track and report various metrics (including referrers' URL or ID) back to the host's WooCommerce plugin and stores it in the order data upon completion of a sale. (Project is not currently publicly accessible but a demo can be viewed)
An extension to the WooCommerce embed widget featuring a simple React app that allows a user to generate a snippet from their chosen settings. Express mode enables only affiliate tracking while locking the other values to their dynamic setting. Advanced enables customization of all attributes such as size and category of products to include. Custom serves as a middle ground between the two. (Project is not currently publicly accessible)
Uses a little python script hosted on Heroku to poll a given GroupMe group chat for keywords and emails a summary to you. Can be handy for giant groups that often have chatter interspersed between important notifications.
A WordPress plugin designed to extend the functionality and practicality of WooCommerce and address the lack of ability to apply modern trends to WooCommerce pages. It includes a collection of tweaks that modify various layouts and styles, CRON jobs for checking active users in Litmos LMS, and Constant Contact integration. Developed specifically for Mark Porter Live
A Chrome browser extension that adds additional features to the University of Texas's website. The objective is to making registering for classes through UT's outdated interface much easier and intuitive. It provides numerous quick links and options to speed up, simplify the process, and eliminate stress. A handful of other tweaks are also included and configurable through the options page. In the future the project could be extended to include an interface to UT's new schedule generator and a easy scheduler.
Unfinished React Native cross platform app to visualize probability of quantum circuits. Also the first mobile app to provide access to quantum computations (through IBM’s QISKit API). Project is currently private.