This summer I built a Java SDK and API for the Wildcard Partner Program. Users of these tools can turn existing content into mobile cards for Wildcard, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook. It’s time for a better mobile web!
hackNY rocks. I lived and worked in NYC for the summer with a group of passionate computer science students and mentors. We hung out, shared skills with each other, and attended a speaker series on the process of founding a startup.
CifraChat is an open source encrypted communication channel. Each message is encrypted and decrypted client side, meaning the CifraChat server never handles an unencrypted message. Since released under the MIT license, you are encouraged to modify and run your own copy.
flyer penguin generates a print-ready flyer from a Facebook event. I built it with my friend Emily for the Spring 2014 hackNY Student Hackathon, where the project won first place. I presented it at the June 2014 New York Tech Meetup.
I teamed up with Splotch to write this EP exploring electronic and analog sounds. I designed the interactive rainbow grid website so that you can create your own audio-visual experience.
JustRead made the front page of Hacker News, and its Ubuntu server handled the traffic like a champ. Written in Go, this app takes a link to an article and returns a minimal version to read.