I am a student and Full Stack Web Developer who attends San Diego State University. I primarily work with Linux, Tomcat, MySql,  and Java as my stack, with an HTML/CSS JS front-end. While most of the work that I currently do is Full Stack, I prefer working on back end development.


I am attending San Diego State University, majoring in Computer Science, and pursuing the Honors minor in Interdisciplinary Studies. While at San Diego State University, I have been named to the College of Sciences Dean’s List every semester. I am also a member of the Weber Honors College, which allows me to work with students in other disciplines on a wide array of projects outside of my major.

I have also studied abroad, at the University of Jyväskylä; in Jyväskylä, Finland. While there, I studied Human Sciences, with students from over 20 countries. While my studies there were not strictly major related, they still contributed to my diverse and wholesome education that I have received at both San Diego State University and the University of Jyväskylä.

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I have been working with embedded devices, including platforms like the RaspberryPi and Arduino, since 2007. More recently, I have been developing Web Applications utilizing the Jersey Framework (Java) and JaxRS. I also have experience with Python for scripting, automation, and pulling data from APIs. I have also installed and managed several DevOps tools, like TeamCity and YouTrack.

I have also provisioned and maintained several Linux servers, whose stability and uptime were essential to ensure smooth business operations.

From the Journal

  • The Road to Seattle

    Unlike Mike Rowe's "Road To Coober Pedy," my trip to Seattle, Washington for my Summer Internship with Amazon, will hopefully not be filled with death, injury, or road kill. This post will help serve as my record of the progress that I have made, and the events that have taken […]

  • Summer Internship - Amazon SDE

    After applying to 10 odd major tech companies over winter break; Google and Amazon reached out to me and asked me to complete some "homework"1. Google was first to show interest, having me complete two problems, which I completed to their satisfaction, and a short while later I received […]

  • Backing Up with Amazon Glacier

    Amazon Glacier is a long-term, low-cost data archival and backup service offered by AWS. It is surprisingly cheap at only $0.0041 per GB per month, it has some caveats though. Mainly, retrievals can take upto 5 hours, and archives must be stored for a minimum of 3 months […]