I work with analysts to find data that will be useful to their models. I discover application endpoints, then write scripts to collect data. I also help to manage a team of off-site QA/Development engineers.
I was on the project and maintenance teams here. I assisted with the bugs, and worked on a couple of standalone projects: including an equipment filter, a file uploader, and using RocketShipIt to manage shipping for one of our clients.
I was in control of a system of distributed workers, in a PHP/MySQL environment. I wrote scripts to collect data by using man in the middle tools to discover API endpoints. I used different methods to prevent our servers from getting blocked. I figured out API request signatures by decompiling android apps, and searching through the smali code for the structure of the unsigned secrets. I also learned a lot about scripting for the purposes of automation. Savvr recruited me during my senior year, and I worked for them full time during my last semester of college through October 2015.
Instructionsnow.com is a website I built from scratch. It is a place where the Hoffman Group's customers can go to find pdf instructions for their auto parts. The website contains product information, instructions, and manufacturer information for more than 200,000 auto parts.
A coffee delivery service that I co-founded during Portland Startup Weekend. We created a web platform to facilitate the delivery of coffee via bike to coffee lovers in Portland. We sold 20 cups of coffee in our first 24 hours, and we won best customer validation and 2nd place overall in the competition.
I worked in the office of Public Affairs and Communications, managing and migrating content for lclark.edu. This was my first professional exposure to HTML, CSS, and PHP.
Worked with professor Jens Mache at Lewis & Clark College researching the best methods for teching parallel computing.