When I'm not at my desk, I enjoy frollicking in the mountains on foot or on skis, baking pizza in a 900 degree wood-fired oven or playing classical chamber music with friends.
Most recently I co-created Jolt, a framework for deploying JAMstack applications with serverless functions. You can read more about it below or watch the presentation I gave with my team detailing how we built it.Resume
Jolt is an open-source framework for developing, deploying and managing JAMstack applications with serverless functions that run on AWS.
I built Jolt with a distributed team of 3 other engineers in 2021. Our aim was to create a tool that made it easy for developers to take advantage of the security, high-scalability and fast response times that the JAMstack model provides while leveraging serverless functions to handle computation that needs to be performed outside of the client.
A full-stack Trello-like SPA for project management. Features drag and drop functionality and more.
Built with: React/Redux, Node.js/Express, MongoDB
A multi-player web app where players take turns writing lines in a limerick before the completed limericks are displayed.
This is a popular game in my family, so I built this at the start of the pandemic so we could all play together remotely.
Built with: Ruby/Sinatra, ERB, jQuery, Heroku
Displays and filters airline routes on a world map and highlights the shortest path between selected airports using Dijkstra's pathfinding algorithm.
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