It all begain with a $2 computer. How, you ask? Well, when I was younger I played a lot of Minecraft. Naturally, I wanted to play with friends, so I figured that I'd create a server for us. I went to a flea market and looked for the cheapest computer I could find. For $2, I got an absolute wreck. Not knowing what I had bought, I took it home and installed a Linux distribution on it.
Surprisingly, it worked fine. However, something was missing. All of the "cool" servers had a website. I wanted mine to have one too. An Apache install and some typing later, there was a website. Now, I found that more fun than actually playing the game. It snowballed from there.
Since then, I've tried a lot of different things. Everything from Android and iOS apps, to decentralized tic-tac-toe, to neural networks based on ImageNet.
Along the way, I've realized that I like working with declarative UI and have grown increasingly interested in design as well. When I'm not coding, I like to ski and take photos.
Web developer at AASchoolsPart-time • Feb 2019 - Nov 2019
I built the front-end of a platform (with diffrencens for students, teachers and administrators) for the schools. It was made with React and Redux for state managment. I also set up a CI/CD system using Amazon ECS and Travis via GitHub.
App developer at RoboroInternship • Oct 2016