I've worked on a lot of things over the past 2-3 years. Here's a list of a few of them, in chronological order by start date.

College Capstone Project

Dates: January 2014 - May 2014
Languages & Skills: Shell (Windows), teamwork, time management, computer hardware and networking.
Description: I worked with a group of three others to implement a set of large format touchscreen displays in the hallways around campus, which were set up to display various information, including course offerings and photo slideshows.

Breakout Clone

Dates: February 2014 - May 2014
Language: Java.
Description: Just a simple clone of Breakout, written using the LWJGL library and a custom fork of the JBox2d library.
Link: GitHub.


Dates: December 2014 - January 2016
Language: Node.js (Javascript).
Description: An IRC bot that can connect to servers and respond to commands and phrases. Performs simple tasks like converting currency and giving descriptions of web URLs linked to in the IRC channel.
Link: GitHub.

Boot Time Check

Dates: July 2015 - August 2015
Language: C#.
Description: A small C# application that I wrote in order to get a feel for the C# application after learning Java. This program collects data about startup times from the Windows Event Log and displays the information in an easy to parse format.
Link: GitHub.


Dates: January 2016 - Present
Language: Node.js (Javascript).
Description: A full rewrite of my previous IRC bot, AKP48. After working on the old version for a couple of years, I felt that the codebase was becoming difficult to work with, and it was time to start fresh. The rewrite brings with it a much more modular and plugin-friendly environment.
Link: GitHub.


Dates: March 2016 - Present
Languages: Node.js (Javascript), Electron, HTML, CSS.
Description: This is a client-side application that generates random item builds for the video game League of Legends, using data gathered from the game's official API. It includes an automatic update feature, which relies on a microservice I wrote for it.
Link: GitHub.

Is There A New Hack On Facebook?

Dates: August 2016 - Present
Languages: HTML, CSS, JS.
Description: This is a website which is meant to be humorous, and tell you whether or not Facebook has been 'hacked' recently. I'm using it as something of a testing ground for new technologies that I'm learning.
Links: GitHub, Website.