Some of my mad skills

Java

Java

80% Complete
Android

Android

70% Complete
JavaScript

JavaScript

50% Complete
HTML / CSS

HTML/CSS

80% Complete
Python

Python

70% Complete
C/C++

C/C++

50% Complete
SQL

SQL

20% Complete
Node.js

Node.js

30% Complete

My Android projects

Card Cliques

Card Cliques is a fun and challenging card game in which players find three cards where each trait (color, shape, fill, or number) is all different or all the same.

Quackcryption

Quackcryption uses 128 bit AES encryption to turn standard text into an encrypted string. It won the prize for Best Developer Tool at SpartaHack 2016. It's "unquackable"!

Calculator v2

Calculator v2 is an advanced calculator with functions such as trigonometry, logs, factorials, and more while still maintaining a simple and easy to use interface.

JavaScript things

Truth Table Generator

Truth Table Generator is a web app to help users make truth tables quickly and easily. It is intended for people building circuits with logic gates.

Nix.js

Nix.js is an OS for your browser, similar to UNIX and written entirely in JavaScript. It has a CLI, a virtual file system, and a package manager.

My TI 84 stuff

TI Games

Wouldn't it be great if you could play your favorite smartphone games on your graphing calculator? Now you can, and math class will never be boring again.

AlphaCS

AlphaCS edits the Virtual Allocation Table to unlock hidden features such as hiding and locking programs. It integrates with zStart to serve as a program launcher.

TI Terminal

This app uses inline assembly to fetch data that would otherwise be unavailable, such as battery life, hidden files, RAM usage, and a full set of program management features.

Androidify

A little bit about myself

Hello! I'm Scott, a computer science student at Purdue University. I first started programming during my second year of high school, when I made simple games on my TI-84 graphing calculator and gave them to my classmates. Now I build websites, mobile apps, and essentially anything that I think sounds awesome.

My experience

Last summer, I interned at GoDaddy, where I helped develop and test the dashboard and API for a new product that was getting ready for launch. I used Java, JavaScript, React, PostgreSQL, and Node.js.

RESUME

I'm currently looking for an internship

GITHUB

Check out my projects