Live foosball stat tracking.
This was a project I did in the summer of 2014 for my internship at Digi International. For development, I used the Sinatra Ruby framework as a back-end and used AngularJS on the front-end. I set up continuous integration with Travis CI and deployed the application to Heroku.
Code snippet sharing social network site.
This was a project I did for the INET 3350 Ruby/Rails course at the University of Minnesota, taught by John Norman. I used Ruby on Rails to develop this application. The idea was intended to be a Dribbble-like network, with a focus on code and developers instead of design and designers.
NBA game results.
A personal project which allows a user to type in a name of an NBA team and see the result of the team's latest game. This was a project to familiarise myself with Sinatra and I also decided to dabble with AngularJS. The stack likely could have been simplified to use exclusively AngularJS, but it served as a good learning platform for multiple tools.
Website design and development for Holiday Kitchens.
I was approached by Holiday Kitchens in 2012 to completely redevelop their website, including a new design as well as a new administrative interface. I chose to use the PHP CMS ExpressionEngine, which is based on the CodeIgniter framework, as it had the capability to fit the company's needs when it came to updating site content.
Website design and development for Superior Charters Inc.
I worked with Superior Charters in 2010 to translate a design they had into HTML and CSS. I also created a custom administrative interface so they could easily update their site content. I developed the administrative interface using PHP, allowing the company to update necessary information on their site without having to touch any code.