Technologist. DIY Hardware Hacker. Aerospace Enthusiast. Mad Engineer.
I graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Software Engineering with dual minors in Electrical Engineering and Criminal Justice with a focus on Computer Security. I was a long time member, mentor and Head of Mentoring for the Society of Software Engineers as well as the General Secretary and Racer of the RIT Alpine Ski Team.
Yep, it’s a mouthful. The short version of it is that I like to transcend both Software and Hardware with a focus on how we can make software and technology more secure in general.
…as a Software Engineer doing a lot of cool stuff. Things I’ve done? Things like designing and implementing distributed processing system, image and RF signals analysis algorithms, graph drawing algorithms, and avionics command and control for UAVs.
I’m not actively looking for a new position at the moment, but if you have a project that you think I’d like to work on you can feel free to get in touch with me. You never know what might happen.
My Free Time? Thanks for asking.
When I’m not doing cool things at work, I keep up with the cool things on my free time. Why don’t you take a look at some of the Projects that I’m working on. Additionally I’m a volunteer test engineer for the Fedora Project.
I like to get outdoors as well. As an Eagle Scout, I like to get out and hike and camp whenever I can as well as being an avid Indoor/Outdoor climber.
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