I'm a Third-year computer science student at SUNY Farmingdale,
where I've been lucky enough to participate in Hackathons around
the country. I used to attend SUNY Buffalo and was an organizer of
UBCon. I love
building software and products that make people's lives better. My
technical passions lie in low level programming and more recently,
I am a developer of the Haiku operating system, and a founder of the Red-OS Project.
I am an avid supporter of the GPG project and the quest for security. Here is my Fingerprint:
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x86 Microkernel project developed with Bob Moss of Linux
The First Open Source Minecraft-Server for classic minecraft. Founder of project was Fredrik Lang.
PHP-based Dynamic Registration system for running conventions. Used during UBCON 2013, 2014 and most likely for the forseeable future. Includes entire backend for convention management including open map API for directions, and room balancing for scheduling events by amount of people who sign up
In Development Operating System with a CC0 License.
With the leadership of Brandon Cornell, the most niche project I've ever worked on - a site for people who like to write GUI Shells using QBASIC for DOS.