The following are some projects I have contributed to:
(Please contact me to view private source code or repositories)
Python, Django, HTML, Bootstrap
A bookstore website with a user, book, and purchase system. Visitors are able to view and search for available books, then able to purchase with a registered account. Admins are able to edit all database entries. This was done as a group project for CSCI4050 at UGA. I contributed heavily in backend but helped on every aspect of the website.
This was a small group project implementing some timeless video games (Tetris & 2048). The graphical interface was built from scratch with the usage of the open source JavaFX library. The games themselves also feature leaderboards alongside all expected functionality of the games.
Python, sklearn, Jupyter
This was a collborative project making use of data science analysis. The project involved making use of a publicly available dataset (in this case, a conglomerate of Tweets pertaining to the pandemic from Kaggle) and performing sentiment analysis on it. This involved scraping the data, sanitizing data, performance testing on multiple prediction models, parameter tuning, creating an appropriate featureset, and visualizing the data. In the end, we were able to create a fairly accurate model and formulated a paper with our findings.
The iTunes Gallery was also built on the previously mentioned JavaFX library. As for the functionality, the program accepts a search query in order to populate the screen with cover art of the specified query. Then it cycles through other artwork from the query with a fading in animation. This program highlights the usage of iTunes' API alongside basic multithreading functionality within a graphical interface.
A simple space multiplayer game in which players are spaceships cruising through an asteroid belt, attempting to eliminate each other. This was done at UGAHacks, a weekend long hackathon. My involvement was focused on front-end and client side development.
Python, Reddit API
An automated Reddit bot that searches for computer hardware (SSDs) when a new post is created, then comments useful information about the mentioned hardware. This functions by searching through the titles on posts on r/BuildAPCSales then attempts to find SSDs from a public and commonly referenced spreadsheet.