I’m a third-year Computer Science Honours student at the University of British Columbia in the beautiful city of Vancouver.
[as excited as I am that you want to know more about me, why not play some of the songs while you read]
“Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” I have no idea. I am nowhere near knowing what I want to be doing in the future; cliché or not, I’m determined to explore things that interest me. Right now, in development I want to explore full-stack development, game programming, artificial intelligence and its implications.
I realized that I want to check out designing and writing too. I’m on the path to take a dual major at UBC in Visual Arts. “Will it help you get software engineering jobs?” to be honest I don’t know and that’s not why I want to do this. I’m privileged enough to be able to choose what I want to learn and for me it makes sense to do both. I want to explore sketching, digital art and creative writing. (I’ll try to add some of the designs I do when I get actually good on here)
I’m trying to write more and with that I’m going to publish some stuff on Medium when I have the time. If you use Notion a lot, I’ve made a couple of templates to get you finessing in your work. Go check out some of my Spotify playlists to find some good music.
A mobile application build with React-Native to simplify the process of setting away messages for your Gmail. I used firebase to easily authenticate users and the Gmail API to set away statuses
A UX design for touch screen parking meters. The design went through case studies, research and I made thefinal mockups using Figma
An image respository website built with Node.js. Users can sign in/sign out, put their product on display and see what others are sharing. I'm sotring the data using MongoDB and using Passport.js for user authentication
A web app that uses machine learning to recommend movies to you to watch. The web app is built with html/css and JacaScript; the backend is implemeted with Python with the Django framework
A flashcard desktop application for my Software Construction class at UBC. I've used JavaFX for the GUI and users can easily sign in and create their decks and flashcards