Interested in technology for as long as I can remember. Growing up in a complex engineering and academic household has taught me to always be curious and that every problem has a solution. Thanks to the experience of working on a range of projects from drone automation to security applications to game development, I have learned to adapt to any challenge that comes my way.
Low Level Programming
2015-01-05 - Present
At Square Enix I have a variety of roles. My main project is a web portal that unified all third party services for game developers. This software combined all of the workflow, service, and live-ops needs into a single tool. As our team grew from just three developers to over thirty in two years, I recruited, interviewed and trained many of the incoming developers. In addition, I played a significant role in creating and managing the standardized build infrastructure for all of the studio’s titles.
Network Administrator / Software Developer
2014-09-01 - 2018-04-01
For most of my life I have worked for NATECH. I started by providing mostly technical services and moved on to software and hardware specific tasks.
2014-05-01 - 2014-09-01
My work at IBM focused on the QRadar SIEM. I assisted the integrations team in maintaining existing product integrations and in developing new ones for upcoming security appliances.
2013-06-01 - 2014-02-01
I started working at BIDS after high school. My work focused on developing web scrapers that would feed a larger system with daily updates from around the world. I was in charge of ensuring that the data we collected was accurate, up to date, and ready to be served to our subscribers.
Artificial: A third person dungeon crawler. Featuring numerous enemies, boss battles and, an upgrade system. I was one of the four developers who built this project and developed the IK and procedural generation systems.
Guide: A serious game focusing on telling a story of mental health through the eyes of a phoenix. I developed the lighting system that is heavily used to set the player’s mood.
Trip Tracker: A small travel blog service used for a relatives’ trip through Europe. It is a prototype mobile friendly travel CMS.
Bachelor of Computer Science
2013-09-04 - 2017-08-12