Red Hat, DevOps Software Engineer Intern
May 2018 - Present
BostonHacks, Organizer/Infrastructure Engineer
September 2017 - Present
BU Spark!, Consultant and Developer
January 2018 - August 2018
November 2017 - February 2018
YPrime, Junior Software Developer
May 2017 - July 2017
I LOVE Python! I have professional, academic, and personal experience with Python. It is my strongest language. I have used it for statistical analysis, full stack development (using Flask), game development, and more. My most recent professional experience was mostly in Python.
Go is the newest language that I have learned. I have personal experience with it in writing an API (see more about it in my projects!). I am entirely self taught with Go and am in the process of both enhancing the API and making new Go projects.
I have both personal and academic experience with Java. I have taken multiple classes in it and used it to create complex data structures, such as K-d trees. I have also used it to write an app in Android studio, among other things.
I am both personally and professionally experienced with HTML and CSS, and in many different contexts. From this website (and many others!) to web applications, data display and more, I am very comfortable with it and front end development.
SQL is a language I am comfortable with both academically and professionally. I am comfortable using it to manipulate exceptionally large sets of data, and have done so quite frequently in my professional career.
I taught myself C# in preparation for my first internship. While there, I utilized it frequently in writing both production code and in rigorous unit testing. I have also used it to write a small text-based game.
I am very passionate about open source, and thus love Git and Github! I use it weekly (sometimes daily!) and have experience with it in all aspects of my programming experience. I find great value in sharing code and projects with as a community!
Since getting into open source, I have begun frequently using Linux. I have it on my work laptop, and dual booted onto my personal laptop. I currently use Fedora. I am comfortable with basic system admin commands, along with navigational ones.
Angular is something I have used both professionally and personally. It is an integral part of my current professional full-stack endeavors, and I am currently working on a simple grade-tracking project using Angular.
I have utilized Flask both professionally and with BostonHacks. My current professional project runs with Flask (and a heavy Python back end), and the current project I am leading for BostonHacks is a Flask web application.
I love art and design, and consequently use the Adobe Suite quite frequently. I have designed logos, wireframes, personal art, and more in these programs.
Both of my internships have given me hands-on experience with the Agile Development workflow. Additionally, I am enrolled in a software engineering course that has better familiarized me with the nuances of this workflow.