I started programming in High School, and have had a passion for it ever since.
The best thing to me about being a Software Developer is the constant need to learn and hone your skills with how quickly new technologies and best practices are released.
Some qualities for developing software that I think are important:
Write readable code: if no one can read the code and edit it that does nothing but hurt everyone in the long run.
Documentation is just as important as code: if you write some awesome piece of software and no one knows how to use it, then its not a useful one.
Always improve and learn: this field moves so quickly compared to others, if you are not constantly learning you'll end up getting left behind.
Below you will find some more information about me and what I am currently doing.
+ means I am currently working with this tech, so the years may be out of date. Last updated in 2023.
December 2022 - Present
I am on a team that develops ticketing and work management systems for critical infrastructure.
February 2020 - December 2022
I was a Software Engineer working at Capgemini in their Financial Services division.
Check back later and I might have something new here.
Officer-Beepsky is an open source Discord bot.
I made it for some friends and myself to use in order to play music and manage our server.
It was built with Discord4J as its main API to use to connect to Discord.
Used: Bash, Git, Gradle, Java, PowerShell
This was the compiler that was was written by my group (Team Juice) in my senior level Compilers class.
It was a collaborative effort by Zachary N. and myself,
it takes Pascallite code and generates RAMM Assembly code as the result. This was written in three stages over the course of 3 months,
however only our final code result is available in the repository (along with some easter eggs in the code).
I plan on rewriting this in other languages as I learn them.
Used: C++, Git, Pascallite, RAMM