I'm software developer & designer studying computer science at Wilfrid Laurier. This winter, I'm working at Tesla, to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy.
In 2018, I built software to power indoor mapping experiences around the globe at Mappedin. In the past, I organized hackathons, workshops, and meetups to introduce computer programming to high schoolers through a non-for-profit I founded, Cipher.
HXOUSE is a next-gen incubator and accelerator established by The Weeknd, La Mar Taylor, and Ahmed Ismail. I worked on developing new programming and several technical projects.
Hack the North is the biggest hackathon in Canada, bringing 1000+ hackers to the University of Waterloo since 2014. I have worked on an April Fools site, the official 2019 website and application dashboard.
Cipher introduces high schoolers to computer programming. I founded & spent 2 years as the executive director, raising $50k+ from government grants to host 3 hackathons, 50+ workshops and a weekly meetup.
Hands on prevents drowsy drivers from getting behind the wheel by testing their reaction time. There is also a physical attachment for the steering wheel that detects and alerts sleepy drivers.
A therapist (bot) that calls you each day, asks a series of questions, and evaluates your overall feeling. There is a dashboard that showcases feelings day-to-day.
A collection of stories from dropouts. I sourced stories from influential, young figures in tech. I was 15 when I built this site and got featured on Product Hunt as #4 Product of the Day.
Create and update goals via an SMS bot. A dashboard will illustrate the tasks you have completed and the ones you have not.