My first step toward becoming a programmer was a Java course I took while earning a Physics degree in college from Arizona State University. Before I graduated Summa Cum Laude I was exposed to Mathmatica and gained a true appreciation for the power of programming.
My lastet project (scheddit) was creating an app to allow reddit users the option of prescheduling posts. This solves the problem of needing to post at a particular time that is either inconvenient or difficult. Working both on the front and back end I ensured the app had a responsive design for mobile users, implemented the use of Stylus and handlebars.js and assisted in authorizing users via passport.
For another recent project I was part of a two-man team building a new web application for the toy industry. On the back-end I used Node.js, Express and PostgreSQL; on the front-end I used Angular.js. Highlights of my contributions to this project include implementing an encryption algorithm to authenticate users, creation of a database, establishment of a network management system.
The app is currently being demoed at high profile conferences, such as the 2013 Dallas Toy Fair and Toy Fair 2014 in New York.
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