I am an experienced software developer pursuing my bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Stanford University, as well as seeking summer internship and research opportunities. My skillset includes extensive experience in full-stack development, systems administration, data management, and algorithm design. I have a history of work ranging across the healthcare, entertainment, and security sectors, as well as an abundance of personal projects.
Though many of my most recent and complex projects are protected by nondisclosure and/or the Stanford honor system, this website serves as a portfolio of interesting spare-time endeavors.
Bulletin connects high school and college student workers with odd jobs as an alternative to expensive professionals. Bulletin is no longer in service due to my co-founders and I taking on other responsibilities, so its source has been released to the public.Learn More
With a final compiled size of just under a kilobyte, deadbeef shell is a hyper-lightweight standalone command processor for use with low-end hardware, internet of things, and security testing.Learn More
Beautifully integrate powerful APIs into your Java applications with JSON language support that just works. SimpleJSON abstracts away the painstaking labor of tokenizing, syntax parsing, and native type conversion, allowing you to better focus on the core of your applications.Learn More
Designed for use by hosting providers, MultiFlux is a fork of the popular lightweight Bulletin Board software FluxBB. MultiFlux creates the ability for multiple bulletin boards to be installed into the same set of files and data tables, while remaining virtually partitioned by their web addresses.Learn More