Wrote in C and Objective-C using practically every iOS Framework for the majority of the app. OpenGL for the camera stack, Python based web framework Django for the backend. Used JS TaskRunners such as "Brunch" and "Grunt". Ruby on Rails for the majority of the web application, along with some NodeJS. Medium article I wrote about Path. You can read it here.
Link to the Community Forum: https://travis-ci.community. Currently looking at the RGSoC core app fixing bugs. firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.travis-ci.org
As we all know Virtual Machines tax performance. Containers are too new and insecure, forcing you to redesign app deployment flow. The hypercloud unit of computation is the Terminal Machine (TM, or just Terminal). TMs are the best of both worlds: you get the security and familiarity of full operating system instances with the bare-metal speed and efficiency of containers. TMs rebalance and migrate seamlessly without reboot to maximize efficiency of your cluster. Terminals resize from 1 CPU to 32 CPUs and 50GB of RAM when you need the power, in seconds, with no reboot. They automatically pause or shrink back down to save you money.
Probably one of my more favorite apps that was ever to be released but seemingly failed. I thought Oink was insanely better than Foursquare, I did Django backend and Cocoa for Oink. Oink was a food app, much like Foursquare, but you could micromanage your reviews.
Prowl has been in development for over 3 years now, and the technology behind it, time and time again gets offered to be bought out, but I am so passionate about this project, that I'm releasing it, and going to see dreams come true.
Basically learned Cocoa in a matter of weeks and put out an app called "Oink" that Kevin Rose was passionate about, but didn't work. I miss the Milk team.
Doing kernel patches that really were designated in helping the "ndiswrapper" easily use windows drivers, and allocating resources a lot more intelligently when using ndiswrapper and using these certain modules.
Hired for a brief short-term consulting contract to redo search infrastructure. Utilizing Java, Apache Tomcat, Django, Solr/Lucene, Perl, Cassandra, Hadoop, and other technologies to provide fast, more reliable and scalable search for bn.com.
Bluetooth technology connecting people for dating. It's Online Dating, Reversed.
I do various things at Revfluence, mainly writing automation scripts in Python and Elixir to help find candidates, and grow the team, then probably rolling to Sr Full stack engineer after.
LASOR was an agile, data-driven research organization studying the progression of Non-Alcoholic Liver Disease or NAFLD. According to the American Liver Foundation, 25% of Americans live with NAFLD and are progressing without treatment options. LASOR is committed to reversing this trend through partnerships with key industry leaders, medical and technology specialists.
The technology was built to have "video" instead of photo based street view like Google has. In essence you would enter a destination from point A to point B, and it would show video (that was 360 degree) of the route.
This technology was built by me, I started at 14, stopped working on it when I was 19. Currently there is nothing on "www.ridethehighways.com" but all the source code and technology remains with it's' founders.
I currently have a copyright/patent on this technology, you can search the copyright catalogue yourself. United States Copyright & Patent: TXu001673279.
An all platform SQL client using Ant. SQuirreL SQL is a Java based SQL program that will allow you to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, issue SQL commands etc.
A normal blue soda can, one can assume it's Pepsi
High quality ice cream
7/11 seemingly type cup filled with some sort of soda
A Cupcake potentially bought at Lolli & Pops in San Francisco
Yes, the filling of this donut contains NyQuil
Wine in a mason jar