I'm an extremely passionate software engineer who loves building large scale software applications. For the past four years I've been working as a backend Go engineer for both large and small startups and have experience on a variety of different cloud platforms. Writing clean, documented, and efficient Docker based services is something that I take a lot of pride in and often spend a fair amount of time outside of the office perfecting my craft. Below are some links to recent projects that I've been working on.
Anirip is an open-source Crunchyroll episode/subtitle ripper CLI written in Go. It was written as an educational intro to web scraping, network analysis, reverse engineering, and video protocols... and to load my Plex library with content ;)
Ovrstat a is an open-source Overwatch player statistics library and API written in Go. It was once a requirement for an Overwatch site I was working on and Blizzard didn't have (still doesn't have) an officially API for retrieving player stats.
IPData is an open-source library and API that utilizes open datasets to perform IP address geolocation and ISP lookups.
Gamedetect is an open-source demonstration of using Tensorflow in Go to classify Twitch streams by their game name. This was a really fun project I worked on to learn about machine learning by training a neural network.
I currently hold a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from William Paterson University of Wayne, New Jersey.
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