- Current student at The Ohio State University
- B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering (expected 2023)
- 25B in the U.S. Army Reserve
- From Dayton, OH
Programofstudies.com is a quicker way to access course descriptions from your school. You can register an account on the site and save classes to look at on the same page.
El Partido Grande
This is a game built for my Spanish III class as a cultural assignment. In the game, you are a Colombian traveling to a Colombia vs Venezuela football (soccer) match in Maturín, Venezuela. The game is about traveling across Venezuela to get to this football match and learning about the culture of each city you stop in on the way. The game is entirely in Spanish, so if you don't know how to read Spanish... good luck.
Exit Path was built to give students an interactive understanding of the Rutherford Gold Foil experiment. It was built by request of my Chemistry teacher, based on a program built in 1989 for the Apple II computer that she had been using since she began teaching.
Boze Gold Theory
The Boze Gold Theory coined by my financial literacy teacher, Mr. Kyle "Gold" Boze.
The price of a car you are going to take out a car loan on should not be more than half of your annual salary.
Used to translate usernames to real names, Mora Español was built for my high school Spanish profesora in order to decode student usernames into their in class Spanish names.
Keep Talking Defusal Helper
I've played the Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes bomb defusing game with one of my friends, and while my friend may be stagnant on wanting to play the game with me anymore, in the time we did play I developed a small web page to expedite some of the answers needed from the bomb expert in order to defuse the bomb.
9x9 Rubik's Cube Animation
In my Introduction to Film and Special Effects class, for a final project we needed to make a video showing off the skills we learned in the class. I wanted to make a stop motion video of a grid of 3x3 Rubik's cubes, totaling 9x9 'pixels', but I didn't know what to make, so I built a tool to plan out my animation. It turned out my teacher liked this tool so much she accepted this tool as the whole assignment and I never actually made a video. There was this video but I think I just made it for fun.
Oh Señor! For my Spanish I class, we had to create a restaurant menu with a bunch of food vocab. I made my menu into a web page with some intricate digital design and a very vibrant color scheme.
My Christmas Countdown counts the days until Christmas is here. It also has links to listen to my 2016 Christmas album. This project was one of the first I made for this website, yet it also is one of the worst examples of my work (especially considering that I think I may have copied half the code from some place online).
Suops is a YouTube Subscription Grouping Utility behaving similar to the Collections feature Google removed from YouTube on May 20th, 2015. It is available as a Google Chrome Extension, and there are ports developed for the Firefox and Opera browsers, but their reliability is unconfirmed.