iOS Developer with a penchant for pixel perfect designs and well crafted Swift code. I love tinkering, solving problems, and contributing to open source software.
Key engineer in implementing pivotal feature changes, bringing profiles, local people discovery, and statuses to a previously anonymous social media app with millions of users. Worked closely with product and design teams on prototyping, dogfooding, and production implementations.
Developed Dark Yak, an employee facing iOS app that allowed easy account switching, feature toggling, and location spoofing. Dark Yak quickly became a critical tool used daily by developers, test engineers, and community content managers.
Set up new continuous integration features on both Jenkins and Travis, including custom caching, making builds up to 5x faster. This resulted in developer time saved when pushing changes and decreased friction for code review.
Developed in Swift (interoping with Objective-C legacy code as needed), writing Unit Tests with Quick/Nimble along the way.
Maintained computer labs and printers, assisted students and professors with computer problems.
Developed iOS apps for domestic and international clients; responsible for close communication and weekly releases. Contributed to internal and open source development tools.
All development was done in Swift, utilizing Core Data, CocoaPods, Jenkins and Git; used AutoLayout and Size Classes to develop universal apps; wrote unit and UI tests to ensure reliable software.
Created and deployed the iOS app iPhixit for managing employee devices. Designed a modern, easy to use interface that allowed for registering and looking up devices, logging issues and repairs, and saving results to a SQL backend. Responsible for all development; built with Objective-C and a MSSQL backend.
Designed and developed a new website to create a modern, responsive experience. The website highlighted Carlex products, their process, the workplace, and job listings.
Assisted in developing a MATLAB GUI for the CORNAR femtosecond camera.
Founded and organized VolHacks, UT Knoxville's first ever hackathon. Raised over $30,000 in funding from almost twenty sponsors, and partnered with MLH to host over 180 students from September 30 - October 2nd. Developed the website (volhacks.org) using Bootstrap.
Organized club events with companies like Google and Cisco, led workshops on iOS development, git/github, introduction to the linux commandline, and more.
I love hacking together apps at hackathons or with my friends, working on open source projects, and more.