I Create Awesome Stuff
I have a strong background in robotics, starting with my experience on a FIRST Robotics team in high school, where I helped design, build, and program robots for competition. This foundation in robotics led me to pursue a degree in software engineering, which I received from Johnson and Wales University in Providence, RI.
Throughout my academic career, I have demonstrated my ability to excel in both the mechanical and software aspects of robotics projects. For example, I was part of a small team that designed and built a functional robotic arm to cut a ribbon revealing the brand new technology building.
In my free time, I enjoy 3D printing and developing software I have a strong interest in using these technologies to create functional prototypes and custom solutions. I tend to prototype using off the shelf electronics such as an ESP32 for its many features and low cost.
I am eager to continue developing my skills and expertise and am motivated to pursue a career in these areas where I can make a meaningful impact.
I have been able to work with many frameworks and languages
My vast background has allowed me to work on projects from all aspects such as electronics concept to a fully functional prototype with software, to designing and either 3D printing or manufacturing with multi axis mills. Over the years I have explored different languages tools and created some of my own to help automate industrial machines and my personal equipment.