I spend most of my day coding, whether it is making an iOS app or a website, coding is my hobby and passion. I taught myself how to code at age 14 and haven't stopped since.
I used to teach mobile app development at Yale University during the summer. I also ran multiple coding classes at the Youth Development Organization of Lawrence.
The sleepless nights and the huge crowd of open minded people from all over the world excites me. I am the former Co-Director of HackUMass at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
At UMass Amherst, I received my Bachelor’s in Computer Science and Education. As my thesis I did research on educational software tools and developed a learning management system
At Harvard, I am a Master’s candidate studying educational software. My work focuses on developing new educational software tools to revolutionize the way we teach and learn.
My Latest Work
Code Beats is an introductory computer science learning toolkit that uses an open source sound board as its main programming interface. Our goal is to teach computer science basics in a fun and engaging way using music mixing as a means to learn how to code.Check It Out!
The virtual reality mental rotation test is an ongoing project as part of my research at the MIT STEP Lab. This assessment allows us to measure spatial abilities in virtual reality.Check it out
URL Preview is an awesome feature that enables the seamless sharing of content on the PlayStation platform. This feature helps users share links to their favorite content.Check it out
Dashboard is an open source swiss army knife for hackathon organizers that allows any small hackathon to easily scale their logistics by automating cumbersome tasks.Check it out
Learnolgy is a learning dashboard that my team built as a class project. Learnology is a learning dashboard that gathers data on student learning to provide actionable feedback for teachers.Check it out
UTeach is a modern, user-friendly website that allows students to keep track of their upcoming assignments, grades, and progress; while also enabling instructors to easily manage a course.Check it out
Who To Follow is an awesome way for PlayStation users to explore new content. With the simple click of a button, users can get recommendations on who they should be following.Check it out
PlayStation Live is an Apple TV application that allows users to watch all their friend’s live streams in one place. Second place winner of PlayStation’s 2017 Summer Hackathon!Check it out
What's Open is an app that easily allows you to check out local businesses that are currently open around you and see their menu or reserve a table. With 20k+ users in android and ios.Check it out
MCAS Prep is an app that helps students study for the MCAS. Subjects include: Math, Biology, Chemistry, Tech & Engineering, and Physics. To this day, the app has helped over 5,000 students.Check it out
An app that makes it easy for students to share their meal swipes on campus. Trying to prevent hunger on campus and helping thousands of students one meal at a time.Check it out
日々 (Hibi) which means daily in English, is an easy way to learn new Japanese vocabulary. The app feeds you with new vocabulary words and pictures every day to help you learn Japanese.Check it out
A 36-hour event dedicated to making in which 800+ hackers gather to create awesome technology. I am the Co-Director and the head of technology of HackUMass.Check it out
The first app I ever built which serves the purpose of feeding you daily motivational quotes. Everybody started somewhere, and this is where it all started for me.Check it out
Team 1289 is Lawrence High School’s FIRST robotics team. I built their website while I was a senior in high school and became the leading programmer of the team. Go GearhHeadz!Check it out
A website to help high school students with the arduous process of applying to college and scholarships. I built this website as a project when I was a senior in high school to help my peers.Check it out