Software Engineer @ FanDuel
Hello World! I am an Atlanta-based software engineer building UI, APIs, and more at FanDuel, previously at LeaseQuery. I am a former project manager and radio broadcast ops guy who made the career change to programming at age 31. An avid builder of things since my first Lego set at 3 years old, I fell in love with programming while working in radio, where I was introduced to batch scripting for process automation. I became captivated by computers and software, and I wanted to learn more about interfacing directly with these amazing machines; I decided to build my career around the pursuit of this knowledge. Passionate about coding, learning, teamwork, and problem-solving, my strength is seeing the big picture and understanding how all aspects of an operation coalesce.
Reactivities is a full-stack application I built with the help of a Udemy course from Neil Cummings. The purpose of building this application was to learn more about programming in C# and .Net Core. Along with C#/.Net Core, I used Entity Framework and a MySql database. The UI is built with React and TypeScript and uses MobX for state management and the Semantic UI component library. The application is deployed via the LAMP stack and is hosted on DigitalOcean.GitHub Live Site
SocialHound is a social networking site designed specifically for dogs. The web app was built alongside 3 other developers in a remote environment and served as the capstone project for our DigitalCrafts cohort. The application is built with Firebase, React, and Redux and offers a variety of features including chat, social feeds, location services, and the ability to easily create profiles for multiple doggos.GitHub Live Site
Hopify is a solo project I built using React and Redux. Using the Google Maps API, the user is able to search for beers and breweries in any city and bookmark their favorites. I built the API for beer data myself using Node/Express alongside a PostgreSQL database that was built with Sequelize ORM. I plan to continue adding beer data with the help of Python web scrapers. The app is hosted on Amazon S3 and optimized with CloudFront.GitHub Live Site