An app that provides students with access to their grades, provides notifications when new grades go up, calculates GPA and much more! Currently has over 1000 active users and supports over 3 school districts.
A mobile-first tool for robotics competitions. Simply enter your name and team number. The app will automatically find the competitions you are signed up for and display them. It will show you all the teams at the competition, and allow you to take notes and sync them accross your team member's devices. The app will also retrive other useful information like a team's "skills" score and past awards. All the data gets saved offline incase the internet at a competition is spotty.
A 100% free redirect/URL shortener service in which the URL you redirect to can be changed after the shortened URL is created. Built in tool for generating a TinyURL which chains to your REDurl. This allows you to retain the ability to change the link you redirect to after the fact while still using a recognizable URL shortener
A website that allows the user to set up new computers with commonly used programs. The OS is automatically detected and all programs are auto-selected, pressing D on page load will download all programs. Pressing N deselects everything. (This was made for developers, fork the repo and change the downloads object to add your own sites)
Very simple calculator app for Andriod
My old Robotic's Portfolio from Sophomore year. It features some of the highlights of the code I wrote that season. There is a little easter egg if you have my friend's portfolio open at the same time as mine (which is why firebase was used).
My old Robotics Portfolio from Sophomore year. It features some of the highlights of the code I wrote that season. There is a little easter egg if you have my friend's portfolio open at the same time as mine (which is why firebase was used).
As the co-head programmer for my robotics team, I wrote and maintained most of the code for the robot. The code was written for the Purdue Robotics Operating System (PROS)
As the head programmer and captain for my robotics team, I wrote and maintained most of the code for the robot. This year, the V5 brain (microcontroller) had just been released so we had no choice but to use the IDE provided by Vex.
As the head programmer and captain for my robotics team, I wrote and maintained most of the code for the robot. The code was written for the Purdue Robotics Operating System (PROS)
Around middle school, I got super into making Scratch projects. This is a collection of every project I've published on Scratch
A hackathon project from HackSB 2018 created by me and some friends. You open the webpage on 2 phones side by side. Then you play pong with the ball going between the two people's screens. (This project was made as a demo, it has not been updated to handle more than 2 people using it at once)
A hackathon project from HackPHS 2019. It was made from a Raspberry Pi, Arduino, gyroscope and accelerometer attached to a water bottle. It connects to a react native app to display how much water you drank. The app also allows you to manually track water intake and water content of the food you eat.
One of my first custom 3D prints. It was a tube meant to simulate the exact diameter of an obstacle in that year's robotics competition. It took many attempts because I had to find a way to make it strong enough to hold a robot up yet cheap enough to print it at our public library.
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