I currently work for Amazon Web Services, trying to improve the world one step at a time and releasing the full power of distributed computing. The thought of creating and manipulate every aspect of an idea amazed me, so I started programming and learning computer science at 12 years old with C++ and Java. I instantly had all creative types of fun, creating binary search trees or learning how hash tables work.
I gravitate towards the back-end, where I feel I have the most power to make change happen, but of course, I can work the front-end when needed. I love building scalable and high-performance systems that deliver enjoyable experiences to customers. If you have any difficult tasks or need someone with a deep passion for computer science, I'm the engineer for the job.
When I am not programming, I enjoy watching tons of anime or reading manga while critiquing its narrative's strengths or flaws.
Places I have been employed at and helped build their tech.
Amazon Web Services
Software Developer Engineer
Hamilton Multimedia LLC
Air Care Companies Inc
My very particular set of skills that I have acquired over my career.
SASS / SCSS
Frameworks / Libraries
Back-end / Server Technologies
MongoDB / MongoDB Atlas
VMware Cloud on AWS
AWS App Sync
Amazon API Gateway
Developer Tools & Methodologies
Successful commercial products I contributed to building.
Amazon Web Services - Confidential
Experienced multiple AWS technologies, methodologies, and workflow among multiple proprietary and confidential projects.
Developed with PHP, CodeIgniter, and Bootstrap for a client with multiple sub-products with subpages. Therefore, the site is templated into reusable components that dynamically change based on the currently loaded page. This enabled the ability to create a seamless experience with less code.
Developed with PHP, CodeIgniter, and Bootstrap to showcase our client's experience and community impact with a responsive experience for screens ranging from desktop to mobile.
The back-end was built with PHP, Codeigniter, Laravel, MySQL, and MSSQL, which handled user accounts, orders, and payments.
My ever-expanding list of awesome projects I created.
Potato-8 is a chip-8 emulator written completely in native Java, built with Gradle. It emulates the core functions of the Chip-8, such as the instruction set and video. It's a small exercise that shows how efficient and clean Java can be with advanced projects.
JiotBFS(Java implementation of the Breadth-First Search) is a Java program that implements the breadth-first search algorithm and visually displays the path the algorithm took to reach its destination.
Certifications, achievements, and awards I wish to humbly display.
Exam 361: Software Development Fundamentals
Fundamental software development certification testing the understanding of core programming, object-oriented programming, web applications, desktop applications, and databases.
Bootcamp: Responsive Web Design
Developer certification representing over 300 hours of coursework and the understanding of responsive web design.
Latest Blog Posts
My writings about computer science, if interested, try checking out the full blog.