Pulled user location and audio from SoundCloud and mapped out the world’s preferences in music. Clicking on each country will show the top tracks played in that specific country.
Implemented a simulator in C that will simulate and evaluate a memory system with two levels of cache memory and a main memory. The caches are write-allocate, write-back caches. Simulations ran 5 traces on 15 different cache configurations. Each trace is about a few billion instructions and total simulations took around 30 hours to run fully.
Currently in progress.. Anonymous chat room/client for fun with friends and understanding web/network sockets.
A system that pulls “summoner” data from the popular online game, League of Legends, and creates a weeklong heatmap of when you play most. It maps out every hour of the day from Monday to Sunday, so a player’s game time trends are averaged in a easy to read format.
Making the Engineering Center at CU Boulder not a nightmare to navigate. Me and three other students collaborated and created an iOS and Andriod apps that map out the Engineering Center using the architecture blueprints. We incorporated many coding practices such as pair programming, Test Driven Development, Continuous Integration, and AutoDocumentation.
Currently in progress.. A beautiful workclock that will also function as a tempurature sensor. also simple games can be implemented into it as well. Check out github repo for updates!
EZList is a mobile app mockup that will allow easier grocery shopping for all users. The basics of this app is to read/input in a shopping list, then based on different settings and preferences, the app will find different routes to stores that will minimalize the cost of the entire shopping list! This idea was presented at the Atlas Expo at CU Boulder, and received very high remarks and interests!
Developed for showing the wordcount of a Markdown GitHub flavored file. It essentially ignores all Markdown syntax in a file, as well as references and code blocks, and returns a number that corresponds to the number of “true words” there are.