Student at Stony Brook University
Listed in descending order.
Frameworks / Technologies
A flexible web browser designed to optimize memory usage for Windows with over 1,000,000 downloads during my spare time. Focused limiting resource usage by filtering websites with memory intensive nuances while maintaining a large feature set. The browser comes with support for userscripts, themes, apps, and the latest web standards.
A modern, flexible CSS framework bundled with pre-styled components such as tabs, cards, modals, and modularized theming. It is designed with a relatively small footprint, using only 12.6kb when minified and gzipped.
A versatile web app developer to allow for easier music discovery and streaming in SoundCloud. Powered by SoundCloud's API, Nimbus allows users to find songs by name, artist, genre, tags, duration, and more and will automatically add more related (or non-related) tracks to the background.
Terminal multiplexor similar to Tmux which supports up to 10 virtual sessions. Extended functionality by adding ANSI emulation, status bar for terminal status, and split screen support.
This was developed to bring back the experience Google Instant Search had back when it was still around. Powered by AJAX, Polarity Search is a snappy search client that works with any device.
A beautiful web app designed to display weather conditions and forecasts for any location around the world.
A private messaging client powered by NodeJs. Echo is fully responsive and supports emoji tags (:smile:).
A dark minimalistic theme for Google Chrome with over 180,000 users and is currently featured in the Chrome Store.
A beautiful and minimalistic new tab replacement for Google Chrome.
Stony Brook University
B.S. Computer Science
Overall GPA: 3.91
Software Engineering Intern
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
System Fundamentals I (Microprocessors and Assembly)
AP Computer Science Tutor
Just me, myself, and I.
Stony Brook Web and App Development Club
Lead Front-end Developer / Vice President