I am a sophomore Computer Science major at the University of Maryland with an ACES Cybersecurity minor who has enjoyed all things computers since approximately the third grade (when I discovered that Minecraft mods were a thing). Most recently, I was a software engineering intern at BD, where I worked on an embedded C# web app for a medical device. Additionally, I am the co-founder and treasurer of App Dev Club at UMD. Outside of school and work, I do enjoy a good side project, when creativity strikes. When I'm not programming, I'm probably hanging out with friends, going for a jog, or playing some videogames (generally Minecraft or Fortnite) with friends or family.
Below are some things that I've coded up for myself over the years (sometimes for fun, sometimes for school assignments), ranging from games to helpful tools to experiments.
Ian's Internet Cards — An internet-based, real-time, party game inspired by Cards Against Humanity. I enlisted the help of my high school friends to create custom decks of weird, wacky, and awful cards akin to those found in Cards Against Humanity itself.
Math Method — Originally a math practice site that I made as an experiment in the sixth grade, has grown into much more. With practice quizzes ranging from Pre-Algebra all the way to Calculus, Math Method provides instant and infinite math practice.
Web Experiments — A compilation of all of the small one-off frontend web development experiments that I've made over the years.
Furball — A Chrome extension that I made to enhance the Scratch experience back in Scratch version 2.0. Now that Scratch 3.0 is out, a lot of Furball's alure has gone, but it still has a few helpful and cool features.