I'm a software engineer living in Boston, Massachusetts and a recent college graduate. I enjoy creating things and going places. I like exploring the unknown and pushing the limits of my knowledge. I enjoy tackling interesting technical challenges and working with the latest technologies.
Northeastern University - September 2011 - May 2016
College of Computer and Information ScienceFive year program with three coops
Major in Computer Science
Minor in History
LogRocket - March 2017 - Present
Software EngineerDeveloping groundbreaking developer tools that record user sessions so they can be played back later by the developer to facilitate resolving bugs.
Hubspot - May 2016 - March 2017
Software EngineerWorked on the frontend as a service team developing web applications and tools for HubSpot developers. Primary projects include the internal frontend build system and package manager.
Drift - February 2016 - May 2016
Software EngineerHelped improve the customer experience when using the Drift chat application.
HourlyNerd - January 2015 - February 2016
Software Engineer Co-opWorked on the front-end side of the HourlyNerd Enterprise application for over a year. Helped institute infrastructure overhauls and multi-month efforts to switch the codebase from Coffeescript to ES6 and the build infrastructure to webpack.
PayPal - January 2014 - June 2014
Software Engineer Co-opDeveloped an Angular application that allowed businesses to create targeted offers (coupons) for the PayPal Here mobile application.
Compete - January 2013 - June 2013
Software Engineer Co-opWorked on their front-end analytical application and helped design interactive visualizations to help understand large amounts of data.
Novartis - May 2012 - December 2012
Software Engineer InternWorked on their front-end analytical application for research scientists and helped design interactive visualizations to help understand large amounts of data. Helped work on a table that allowed the user to quickly filter between over a million rows.
- Terragen - a randomly generated world map with temperature, rainfall, biomes, and terrain features.
- Hexgen - another randomly generated world map project, this time with a hexagon grid. More advanced than Terragen, Hexgen also attempts to simulate climate.
- Historia - My primary side project. Right now it's an economic simulation with agent-based modelling. Agents produce and trade goods in a world map produced by Hexgen. In the future I hope to include a more advanced simulation of culture and history, built on top of the economic simulation.
- Explorer - The UI for Historia. Built using Electron using React and Redux, it's main component is a world map viewer developed with HTML canvas that allows the user to explore the world generated by Historia.