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I am a software engineer attending North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. My home town is Wilmington, North Carolina. I am a web developer and I am also passionate about performing arts. I built robots with Team 4534, the Wired Wizards, during my time in high school. I enjoy downhill skiing in the mountains of West Virginia and Canada. Some of my favorite entertainment includes video gaming, designing Dungeons and Dragons Campaigns, and watching Star Trek: The Next Generation.
About This Site
This is my personal site. I use it to host web experiments and write about things that interest me. The coding and styling for it was all designed by yours truly. The HTML for this page was generated using CTML, which is my tool for generating clean HTML. You can read more about it below. The user interaction with the typing was inspired by Hacker Typer, a popular tool with my robotics friends. If your fingers are still tired by now, and you haven't typed the whole page, you can type 'skip' and have it all load.
My current active personal project is called Homework Homie! It's an application for students to help aggregate homework across multiple locations into one centralized digital planner. We have over 500 users and are working hard to ensure that we're able to continue to serve their needs. The header above links to our website!
In my senior year of high school, I was the Team Captain and a programmer on FIRST Robotics Competition Team 4534, the Wired Wizards. We have precisely 6 weeks, beginning in January each year, to design, build, program, market, and brand a robot for that year's FRC challenge. We have to raise $30,000 per year. You can read more about this awesomeness over at our website! Click the header above.
As mentioned above, I have built a tool for writing the web in a cleaner manner. Called CTML, for Clean Text Markup Language, it is rather slick. You can check it out on my GitHub, which you can access by clicking the header.
My Myers-Briggs Type Identifier is ENFP, and I'm proud to be one!
More to come...
If you'd like to contact me, you are welcome to use the email address below. If you're tech savvy, take a look at how I've masked it from spambots.