An undergraduate student in Computer Science who builds, develops and ships software that is efficient, tested, and bug free using prior coding and debugging experience from working on previous projects as well as algorithms discussed during lectures. In addition to learning new techniques and ways to solve different problems as well as the exploring new topics, languages and frameworks. Currently seeking a four-month internship for Summer 2020.Resume
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Working on a react - spring application that allows companies to make quick and smart decisions based on historical data.
Wrote automation scripts that would speed up the workflow as well as reduce the number of labor-intensive tasks using Python and Google App Script, such as compiling all mail-in rebates from suppliers automatically.
Built, diagnosed, repaired, and sold windows PCs.
Organized a student run hackathon the capital of Canada.
Co-ordinated development team in building website, and internal apps for CUHacking.
Work on the Carleton Computer Science Society website as well as other projects requested by the team.
Participate in CTF events as well as building a bot that keeps other members updated for new CTF events.
Carleton's President's Entrance Scholarship ($12,000)
An aframe component that allows to easily create charts for VR or games.
Developed a script that could tie back into the web application that would automatically build and retrain Isolation Forest models that are used to create a spending pattern and estimate for possible fraudulent transactions using Python and Scikit Learn.
Developed backend that interacted between the mobile application and the tensorflow chatbot.
Created the base webnouncements system in Python that handles all basic functionality from announcements, users and authentication that allows other students to learn about web development by contributing new features and improved functionality.
Find more of my publically available projects and contributions on github.
Aside from coding, I also play Curling recreationally as well as exploring the city by going to random meetups that interest me. In addition, I still play Pokemon Go occasionally attending Raid meetups or just while exploring.
When I'm not exploring, playing Curling, working on assignments/labs or studying, I spend the rest of my time exploring different types of technology and building small projects just to get an idea of how everything works.