student, climber, programmer

About me

Hi! I am a third-year undergraduate student at Purdue University studying Mathematics/Computer Science. Last summer, I worked as a Software QA Co-op at Sub-Zero Group Inc. in Madison, WI. When I am at school, I work as a Research Support Developer at Purdue University’s Rosen Center for Advanced Computing and as a Climbing Wall Supervisor at the climbing wall at the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center.

My language of choice is Python, but I am proficient in Java, Shell scripting, and C. I am comfortable with Unix based systems, APIs, command line interfaces, software QA automation, and more. I am also familiar with the Agile, DevOps, and Scrum methodologies of development, but my strongest trait is dynamically adjusting to my environment so I can learn what I need to learn to do what I need to do.

I am also an active member of several groups on campus! I am an active member of the Purdue Overwatch Club, where I started as a player, and later served as president until I left for my co-op term. I also served as an officer in the Purdue Mathematics Society, and am currently serving as an officer for the Purdue University Gamers Group [PUGG].

Apart from school, I love rock climbing, going to the gym, reading, playing video games, and coding personal projects (both for fun and practicality), which you can find here. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or would like to learn more!