Program Manager at Microsoft. I also work on a lot of interesting projects.

Weekend Project #3: Aid-Ar

Hacking to help with Disaster Relief

Weekend projects were a thing that my roommate and I coined back in the day when we first started going after internships and hackathon acceptances. Our goal was to make and publish a project over the span of a weekend. No hackathon, no class, no prizes. This is purely making for fun. The one requirement, however, is that these projects have to be done within a weekend from start to finish and they need to be complete (enough) to push into production as an MVP.

Weekend Project #2: isLocation

Shipping an API as a product

Weekend projects were a thing that my roommate and I coined back in the day when we first started going after internships and hackathon acceptances. Our goal was to make and publish a project over the span of a weekend. No hackathon, no class, no prizes. This is purely making for fun. The one requirement, however, is that these projects have to be done within a weekend from start to finish and they need to be complete (enough) to push into production as an MVP.

Weekend Projects #1: Open Garage

Infinite garage remotes for everyone

Weekend projects were a thing that my roommate and I coined back in the day when we first started going after internships and hackathon acceptances. Our goal was to make and publish a project over the span of a weekend. No hackathon, no class, no prizes. This is purely making for fun. The one requirement, however, is that these projects have to be done within a weekend from start to finish and they need to be complete (enough) to push into production as an MVP.

I lived on a Farm

Figuring out what comes after college

This is my reflection and post about my Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip. It was sponsored by the UT Dallas Student Volunteerism Office and I am in Elm Mott, TX for the week. I was placed in the Sustainability group and was there to learn about alleviating World Hunger. Here’s the org that housed us. Make sure you read my first impressions before reading my reflection. What was it like?

Farm Impressions for Living on a Farm

The start to a one week agri lifestyle

This is my first impressions and post about my Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip. It is sponsored by the UT Dallas Student Volunteerism Office and I am in Elm Mott, TX for the week. Yeah, I’ll give you a minute to look that up. It’s about 20 minutes north of Waco,TX. I’m placed in the Sustainability group, here to learn about alleviating World Hunger. Here’s the org that is housing us.