I never stop enjoying the endless depths of the coding world. When asked about my side projects, specifically "when do I feel that they are 100% complete," I typically answer: never.
Applications, languages, frameworks, libraries -- everything is meant to evolve and adapt. If my application isn't constantly iterating and changing, it's only a matter of time until it no longer exists.
For more information on my background, feel free to view my resume here.
A to-do and task planner that allows multiple users to cross-collaborate on a given project. Integrates with a calendar in order to visualize tasks effectively. A MEAN stack app - MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node.js - and deployed on Amazon Web Services, users can create a Desk, add members, add and edit lists, comment on the sidebar, and add a due date, all from their browser.
A site where users can pin locations, both past and future, to a map to visualize their travels. On this project I acted as lead, hosting the repo and overseeing pull requests as well as organizing daily structure, delegating tasks when necessary, and calling for group scrums to re-orient the project. User signup done through Twitter OAuth. Application uses Node.js and Express and all functionality is on a single page (apart from Authentication). Nav bar uses Bootstrap, responsiveness relies on jQuery and AJAX.
A social media site done in Rails with handrolled user authentication. Utilizes five models including users, events, posts, comments, and a self-referential model of friends. Currently updating the site with more jQuery and AJAX calls in order to make it responsive.
This project was a 2.5 day sprint that focused on the user experience process. Starting with a design studio, following it up with user research, scrapping everything and starting over, we finally arrived here, at a site that utilizes the Mapbox and Instagram APIs in order to show users photos based on location and keyword search. App utilizes a Rails back-end.