Software Engineering - Projects

Below is a listing of the projects I've completed most recently. Right now its just a big 'ol list. I plan to add tags and things so that it is easier to navigate. Let me know if you have any questions about anything.

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USA Today for Android Tablet

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While working for USA Today, I made many enhancements and improvements to the already existing USA Today app for Android tablets including adding sharing, article videos, and the tech watch modal, and was responsible for many bug fixes and efficiency increases.

Jun 18, 2011 Visit Site

Train Project at VCU

Provided with:

  • The Hardware: 3 computers, each connected to one of 3 train tracks and one of 3 sets of train sensors.
  • Some Software: A simple Java API for interacting with the trains: Change speed/direction of a train and check status of a single sensor.
  • The Challenge: manually control each train from its connected computer, control any train from a server (running on one computer), and have the trains run for 4 minutes on their own without colliding.
A team and developed a solution using Java and UDP! Watch the 4 minute video where not one train collides!

Dec 15, 2010

Tektonics

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Built while working with GYLo, this site serves as the web presence for Tektonics Design Groups, a design and fabrication company based out of Richmond, VA. This site features a comprehensive custom built content management system and deep linking within flash.

Mar 20, 2010 Visit Site

Another Gallagher

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On this site, I contributed small snippets of code to handle the introduction animation and built the "Green Tunnel" image slide show feature.

Nov 20, 2009 Visit Site

Tom Brady

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Built while I worked as a contractor for INM United, myself and another developer built Tom Brady's site from the ground up. This extensive and dynamic site was built with Flash and Actionscript 3. I was uniquely challenged during the development of this site by its management (complexity of two developers working on various related elements) and the quick turn around time required to meet its deadline.

Sep 1, 2009 Visit Site